Monday, 18 January 2016

hoppy anniversary!!


  • W plus 9 wishing you stamp and dies
  • Lawn Fawn stitched stackables square
  • Mama elephant- landscape dies
  • Memento tuxedo black ink pad & copics friendly cardstock
  • Copics (w00,01,02. R00)
  • Archival jet black ink pad
  • wow white embossing powder & tim holtz embossing ink pad
  • Tim holtz distress InkPad (tumbled glass, Brocken China, fafded jeans, chipped sapphire, crushed olive and peeled paint
  • watercolour &black cardstock
  • 5x5" white card blank
I used a stitched square die to cut 2 pieces of watercolour cardstock. I then die cut 1 piece a second time, using a hill die to create a landscape. I coloured both pieces with distress ink pads and used a water sprayer to create some interest. for another little touch I added a small shooting star to the sky, I embossed this to make it bright white. I placed the sentiment on to my clear block, in a slight arch to match the line of the hill. I stamped this using black archival. I stamped, coloured (using copics) and die cut my bunny characters. I used the same sized die as before and a second slightly larger die to create a black frame to complete my card. I glued my layers onto my card using different depths of foam tape to give extra dimension.    
Mx

the challenges I would like to enter are:
 
cas(e) this sketch -#155  (I would like to include the image in my post but unfortunately I am unable to add the picture, so don't forget to click on the link and take a look at all the great examples)
simon says Wednesday- " ombre"




7 comments:

  1. Such a cute scene! I love the detail you added with the shooting star!

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  2. Oh, I love this! Super sweet take on the sketch!

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    1. Thanks for the comment, I love your blog... Mx

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  3. This is simply adorable!!
    Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous creation with us this week on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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  4. Just adorable ... clever way to create this sketch!
    =] Michele

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  5. Gorgeous! I love that background. Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

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