Monday, March 12, 2007

Technique Challenge 107

This was for the Technique Challenge (TLC 107) over at Splitcoast. It was to create a landscape a la Kittie747. This was much more fun than I thought it would be because I had no idea which stamps I was going to use. I ended up using the Happy Harmony set for everything but some of the flower stems. I used the flower in Bashful Blue for the flower tops, and in Certainly Celery, Old Olive and Always Artichoke for the grasses and stems. The only other stamp I used was the flower stem from Doodle This. The patterned paper is from the DCWV Old World Stack. I faux stitched that and the plain blue paper together using my white gel pen. I used my Spritzer tool with a Ballet Blue marker as the finishing touch. What a great challenge! If you haven't seen Kittie's work, you should really take a peek! SUPPLIES USED: Stamps- Happy Harmony, Doodle This (stem); Ink- Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Basic Black; Paper- DCWV blue, white, black, patterned paper from the Old World Stack; Accessories- gingham Bobbin Ribbon from Michael's, horizontal slot punch, small oval punch, blue Making Memories brad, paper piercer, white gel pen, Yo Yo Yellow WWC.


Beate said...

Beautiful card!

Amy said...

oh my gosh, this is GORGEOUS!!! Wow, a real stunner! Thanks so much for sharing it, I'll have to give the challenge a try this week!


Angie Z. said...

So soft and lovely! I hope to get to this challenge done tomorrow.

Shadowcatcher said...

Great job on this beauty! Landscape cards are so hard for me. I really admire them, but just can't do them justice. Maybe I'll have to give this challenge a try - I heard Kittie made instructions.


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