If you are unfamiliar with the term Ombre, according to scrapbooking legend Shimelle, "Ombre is essentially a fade – it’s often a monochromatic look with one colour starting as a saturated hue and fading out to pale or white."
I selected numerous green patterned paper scraps in varying shades to create my subtle ombre effect. I scattered hexagons diagonally across the page arranging them in order from lightest to darkest. Take a peek over at Practical Scrappers to find more ways to create the subtle ombre effect on your next project.
Tip: If you don't mind getting a bit messy, use mist, ink, or paint
to create the faded and blended effect on paper.