SCS Sketch Challenge #224

April 15, 2009 at 7:47 am Leave a comment

sc224_gardenscenes_by_duchiedog1

I couldn’t sleep last night so I made this card for the Sketch Challenge at Splitcoast. I’m pretty pooped this morning, let me tell you! This is my first post on our new site, so if it looks wonky, forgive me until I can pick Cathy’s brain a little more. My card base is Very Vanilla and I layered Chocolate Chip over that. It took me about an hour to pick out two strips of patterened paper to go on top of that! I played with a bunch of different backgrounds first of all, like close to cocoa, creamy caramel, kraft, but none of the DSP would go with it very well, which is why I switched to choc. chip. Anyway, I stamped various images from Scene in a Garden from Stampin’ Up with Timber Brown Stazon on watercolour paper (surprised – no!!) and used various inks to colour them in. I used Liquid Applique to create pussywillow

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Entry filed under: 2-step stamping, Split Coast Stampers Challenges, Stampin Up, Watercolour.

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