Every card I've made using the new Thomas Kinkade stamps from Cornish Heritage Farms, has been done in monochromatic colors. I'm not quite ready to try my hand at coloring these gorgeous images yet. I'm also not sure that I like this "The Light of Peace" image in monochromatic, but I thought this would be a nice card for a gentleman who will be going through surgery, and a long road of treatment for cancer.
The image is stamped on Very Vanilla with Blue Bayou. I added just a little "glow" from the light with my Gold Spica pen. For the background embossing, I used my Cuttlebug D'vine Swirls folder with my Big Shot. I used my SU Photo Corners punch for the photo corners, and added the silver brads. The ribbon is retired from SU, and I'm not sure that I'm going to leave it there. (I hear guys don't particularly care for ribbon, so I will ask DH what he thinks).
ETA: I ended up taking the ribbon off. Looks much better.
Enjoy your Sunday, and thanks for stopping by today!
Stamps: The Light of Peace (Cornish Heritage Farms)
Card Stock: Basic Black, Blue Bayou, Very Vanilla
Ink: Blue Bayou, Gold Spica pen
Accessories: D'vine Swirls Cuttlebug folder & Big Shot, Photo Corners Punch, Silver Brads, Black Organdy ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals