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Mondrian Valentine

I thought I give the usual Valentine's card a little modern twist - this is for art lovers.......

For the longest time I wanted to make a Mondrian card and the Keep it simple challenge finally made me do it. The theme is square. I used that cute little TAWS set called PIECES to help me out with the card:


The rest of the lines I drew in. The colored squares I stamped on card stock and cut them out. 


Lastly I cut my square "Mondrian" and mounted it on black paper to give it a nice defined edge. How would you like to have your own "Mondrian"? Just make one yourself......

I am also linking this card with the Time Out challenge - Love and/or Friendship - its a new challenge blog and is right now looking for a DT. They have some cool twists on their challenges - go over and check it out 

Addicted to CAS - LOVE - as expressed in the sentiment

Comments

Elizabeth said…
Wow, Cornelia, this is super - love the effect of the blocks of colour and the sentiment is perfect. Elizabeth xx
Bonnie said…
Beautiful colors! A wonderful, non-traditional Valentine!
Susanne Vargas said…
That is so cool! Almost looks like a real one ;);)
Kim Heggins said…
Wow....what a card! I love your design too, so fun. Fabulous color blocks!!!
sandie said…
I hadn't heard of this kind of Art so thanks for the link, I now know! And I linked the graphic look of this and what a fab sentiment to match! Thanks for entering our DT call and good luck x
Flo said…
Du machst Mondrian echte Konkurrenz!!! Pass auf, dass die Galerien dich nicht verpflichten, dann musst du liefern!!! ;-))) LG und schönen Sonntag.
Monika Reeck said…
Ich mag die Idee with bold color Cornelia it looks like a puzzle and love your clever Idea...hi I just have time again to put a post...would you like to see it..its only a simple card...Hope you are doing well...see u on my blog and big hugs aus Muenchen :x
Gorgeous Mondrian inspired card Cornelia, love the sentiment that goes with it.

Warm hugs
Maarit
Nonni said…
What a cool, graphic card, something very different and creative! Thanks for joining our DT Call at TIME OUT Challenges and good luck!
Anita in France said…
Mondrian is sooo cool, Cornelia ... and so is your card ... love the wonderful graphic look! Anita :)
MRS DUCK said…
Hi Cornelia
This is a super representation of Mondrian.
A clever twist on a Valentine.
Best wishes.
Ang x
Vicki Dutcher said…
I adore graphic cards! This is a fabulous one--Thanks for joining in with ATCAS!
Deepti said…
Love the graphic look on ur card very different and amazing. I love the perfection in hand drawing the lines:) Thank you for sharing with ATCAS!!
Hannelie said…
Oh yes! I LOVE your take on Piet Mondrian!
AWESOME!

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