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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Paper Sundaes Challenge #13 - Make A Scene


Welcome to another Paper Sundaes Challenge - hop on over to the Challenge Blog to get all the details and see the other DT Samples.  This week's challenge is sponsored by My Creative Classroom

This week, our challenge for you is to MAKE A SCENE

Can you believe that I've had this CTMH stamp set Steep and Deep so long it actually retired before I used it?  Oh my, I've neglected this set.  But, it was perfect for this challenge.  I started with 2 pieces of Colonial White cardstock and stamped the trees on both in Ponderosa Pine ink.  I grabbed my honey ink and Small Circle Nestabilities and used the smallest circle as a template to sponge my shining moon!  Next I grabbed my Stipple Brush and Outdoor Denim ink. I used my stipple brush to literally brush the ink onto the paper, making my sky. 
I used my largest cirlcle and cut out a piece of the trees and then pop-dotted it onto the matching piece.  I stamped and cut out my snowboarder in black and my sentiment in green to match the trees.  Both the sentiment and the bottom of the snowboarder are popped up to be the same height as the pop-out circle.  This picture is a little dark, but it shows the dimension of the circle better.  Once it was all assebled, I used my stardust stickles to make stars in the sky...but I haven't quite figured out how to photograph stickles correctly.
It seems like all I've done in recent months is cards with images that are coloured, and that is mainly what I think I'll be sticking to, however, it's fun to dabble in stamping only cards.  I'm sure you'll see things like this make an appearance every once in a while.

Don't forget to hop on over to Paper Sundaes Challenge Blog and join us in this weeks challenge.

Stamps:  Close To My Heart Steep and Deep (retired)
Paper:  CTMH Colonial White, Outdoor Denim
Ink:  CTMH Outdoor Denim, Ponderosa Pine, Honey
Accessories:  Nestabilities, Pop Dots, Stickles - Stardust

8 comments:

Crystal said...

Fabulous card! Love the trees and how you cut out the circle and used it to add dimension to the card. I'm going to have to venture out soon and do a stamping only card!

Sparkle said...

Such a neat card! Love the scene.

Kelly Schelske said...

Oh wow, what a fabulous scene!

Kim said...

Fabulous!

I'm finally getting around to sending out some "candy" for those that entered my blog drawing last month. If you send me your address, I'll get yours out to you. :) Kim

HappyCrafter said...

Awesome card!!! It's nice to see a stamp only card, you did a fabulous job with it, so modern I could think of tons of folks I could give a card like this to. Great job with the challenge.

Carla aka scrappypug said...

what a great card....just too cool.

BananaStamper said...

Love how your card turned out! Those trees are fantastic!

Things are crazy at work meaning my brain is mush in the evening...hope things are good there and you have recovered from a busy weekend!
Cheers,
Shanna :)

Blankiefinder said...

Danielle, this card is fantastic!! Any boy would love it!! (and that's a rare thing, isn't it?!)