Thursday, April 19, 2018

Simply Create Too Challenge #137

"Use die cutting" is the optional theme for the latest challenge from Simply Create Too.
Here I used a few separate die cutting sets to create my scene card - PoppyStamps Boddington Hillside, Lawn Fawn Puffy Cloud Borders and a sun die set (manufacturer forgotten). I'm not sure about the brown house - perhaps it should have been another colour?
I coloured the sun, hills and trees etc with my Copic markers, while the clouds were sponged with Distress Oxide ink.
I have to say that I found it quite difficult to get all of the layers to work together  (and especially to get it the right size for my card front.) Maybe it's just me???
                                  
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Bye for now.

Love,


6 comments:

  1. Oh so fab Janelle! Love the scene that you created!

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    1. Thanks Therese. I haven't done something like this before, so I was quite pleased with the ressult. :)

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  2. I want to live there, or at least have that as my vacation home! It's a perfect scene, Janelle!! Hugs, Darnell

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    1. I don't fancy walking up all of those hills. They look quite steep to me. Hahaha! I can see it transferred into real life in somewhere like Ireland or New Zealand. :) I think I prefer the sea. perhaps I'll do that for my next die cut scene card. Hugs back, Janelle.

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  3. What a lovely scene you have created, the brown house looks good to me. Love the colours you have chosen for everything, they all work great together. Thank you for your kind comments on my blog

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    1. You're totally welcome, Mary. Thanks for going to the effort of chasing me up. I'm glad you enjoy my card. The olive greens are my favourite colours for greenery. I always reach for them first. Cheers.

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