I must say this year Scotland is definitely having a summer it is so warm and sunny! I am going to the Edinburgh Zoo with my Grandchildren today and is looking forward to that!
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We have another Technique Challenge once a month and is ending on the 14 August.
The theme for that challenge is Dryer Sheet Technique
So come and share your lovely creations with us at Sweet Stamps monthly challenge here.
Here is my Recipe!
I loved making this stepper card because of the sunset and this
fisherman sitting fishing when sun is going down reminds me a lot of times in South Africa when we used to go fishing.
I used heavy Hammered card stock as my main card
I used Spellbinders Grand Oval nestabilities for the Orange coloured card
and Plain Oval for this lovely frame stamp from SweetStamps.com.
I cut the circle in the middle out by hand
This image is a lovely image from SweetStamps.com
This lovely Frame is from SweetStamps.com
I used Promarkers to colour my Image:
Canary, Bright Orange, Lipstick Red and Berry Red
I made this a stepper card to give this card depth
I used the lovely Flourish Medallion SweetCuts Die SC011
This is a square die and I cut it into 4 and formed these lovely Images with it.
I have not used Eye Lids for a long time and thought this would be lovely to add.
Well I hope you enjoyed this project of mine and hope I could be of some inspiration to you!
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I am going to enter this project into the following Challenges:
Kaboodle Doodles - W, 3E C#183 (31) 10/8
The Crazy Challenge - 2W, 4E C#151 (91) 29/8
ABC Challenges - W, cards only, C#39 (17) 22/8