Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Spring Stampscape Scene

Hi Everyone,
I am having a hard time getting back into the groove of things after being on vacation. Here is a card I made for Craft a Scene Spring Flowers Challenge. This picture was inspired from our vacation. We had some Amish and their horses in the woods behind our cabin. Plus there were beautiful trees and wild flowers in bloom all around us.
I want to thank everyone for the warm wishes for our anniversary. We had a unbelievable experience of staying in a  beautiful cabin in the mountains. -ENJOY!

Materials:  
Easel Card: White and Black card stock, black brads,adhesive, gel pen star dust, Printed explore, 
Stampscape Stamp: Lg and Sm Oak Branch, Sedge Filler, Reeds, Rocks 2, Horse, Spotted Horse, Fence,Sentiment
Distress Ink: Broken China, Peeled Paint, Lilac, Wild honey, Crushed Olive, Worn Lipstick, 
Archival Ink: Black ink
Art Impression: In my garden flowers cling set 1
Tim Holtz Fragments, glossy accents ,blending tool with foam

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! Clever selection of stamps, harmonious and interesting layout, very pertinently used accents!

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  2. This is beautifully done. Seems to perfectly illustrate the peace you describe of your holiday :)

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  3. Gorgeous card!! Beautiful stamps and colors.

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  4. This is gorgeous, I love the ponies and the branch looks great with blossom on it. I've just spent the last week on Dartmoor (natioal park) here in the UK where the ponies roam wild, also they are just beginning to have thier foals.

    Sue x

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  5. Beautiful card, great scene ! Have a great day, Shirley

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  6. Really beautiful work Deanna. I really like how you split the scene into parts - makes it really interesting to look at. Thanks for joining us at Craft a Scene. Just wondering if you would consider a spot on the design team this term?? NancyD

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  7. Wonderful card design and fabulous coloring. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Craft a Scene challenge blog.

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  8. Nice layout and great job creating the scene.

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  9. Great card! Lots to see, wonderfully done!
    Glad you had a wonderful vacation!

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