Wednesday, August 1, 2012

OMBRE with Doodlebug's Melinda & Monique

Hello, it's Melinda and Monique with you today and we're going to take a look at a trend that's making its way around the paper crafting industry at the moment... ombre! And for those of you who are unfamiliar with the term: 

Ombre: n. A French term meaning "shaded".
Usually a multi colored stripe, with colors 
graduating from light to dark.

Doodlebug's rainbow of signature colors is perfect for creating projects that reflect this new trend and really take the guess work out of your design. However, we were up for a challenge and decided to set ourselves the task of creating an ombre project using a monochromatic theme.

Cousins Layout



Supply List: Doodlebug Patterned Paper - Petite Prints, Hello Spring, Santa's Workshop, La-Di-Dot Cardstock, Candy Dots Sugar Coated Cardstock, Doodle Twine, Teensy Type Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Boys Only Party Banner and Cute Cuts Cake & Ice Cream.
Sunshine Layout



Supply List: Doodlebug Patterned Paper - Bumblebee Dot Grid, Tangerine Dot Grid, Beetleblack Dot Grid; Doodle-Pops 'Hootie'; Beetleblack Jack and Jill Rub-ons; Bumblebee and Beetleblack Type Cardstock Stickers; Bumblebee and Tangerine Paper Frills;  Home Sweet Home Cling Stamps; Colorbox Bumblebee Stamp Pad.



18 comments:

  1. These are simply fantastic!!

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  2. Ridiculously great layouts!!! Thanks for the inspiration today ladies! :)

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  3. Gorgeous layout! Thanks for the inpiration. Such a cool layout concept!:)

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  4. Great projects girls! Fun challenge!

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  5. Ooh la la...love the Ombre look! :)

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  6. What great layouts! Love them both!

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  7. Fabulous layouts, love the ombre!!
    Special hug to Monique, great job my friend!

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  8. So pretty! I love this challenge!

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  9. What a great technique! Love these!

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  10. What a wonderful challenge and simply adorable examples! I'm really likin' this ombre craze :)

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  11. Beautiful! I had not heard the term "ombre" before today. It is always nice to learn something new and inspirational :)

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