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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Making A Scene

Struggling a bit to get my mojo going again after having a cold, I've reached for those little harbour stamps again that I bought from Hobbyart at the NEC last month, Paper Sundae's Challenge is "Making a Scene" and I just have time to get my entry in. I've tried to make a larger scene this time and not included any boats. Again I've masked the individual stamps to make my scene and I've used Distress Inks to colour them. DP is My Mind's Eye, I thought it looked like fishing nets (as opposed to fishnets LOL).

The sketch at Crazy4Challenges is ideal for my card, it's very simple and doesn't have to have lots of embellishments; this is a man's card and I've stopped myself adding anything extra to it :). The sentiment is from Elusive Images. I've used a Cuttlebug folder on the blue card with wave-like embossing. I'm also entering Stamp Something's Layered Challenge; there are lots of layers of masked images, also lots of layers and matting to the main card.

12 comments:

  1. Anne - this is brilliant - very clever masking to get your waterside scene. Love everything about it.
    Love
    Valxx

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  2. Beautiful card, very original and the type I like to send and receive--I love to see cards with the sea and also seagulls :-) Glad you joined us with this weeks Paper Sundae challenge.

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  3. What a fabulous card! Wow!

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  4. aww this is too cute! Love that litttle seagull!

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  5. oh wow! love it! Great scene, love your coloring! And you are right - the sketch is just right for it - doesn't distract attention from the image!
    Thanks for playing with Paper Sundaes!

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  6. Such a pretty card, love the cute szene...Thanks for joining C4C!

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  7. You're getting the money's worth from these scene stamps Anne... and what a good buy they were - the cards you're making with them are stunning.

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  8. The scene stamp is wonderful- love the look of this card- great sketch! TFS

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  9. I love what you do with these stamps. Another fantastic scene Anne.

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  10. Very pretty! Thanks for joining us at Stamp Something this week! I hope you can join us again soon!

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  11. What a lovely scene you've created!! Thanks for sharing with us at Stamp Something, hope to have you play again soon!

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