Cobblestone Cottage, on parchment paper and colored with Prismacolor pencils from behind and blended with Dorso Oil. the front of the white card was cut out using an oval die, then stamped, and embossed with a stamp from Simon Says Stamp with Distress Oxides over the top. I put some blue paper behind the scene and glued it behind the opening. A second mushroom was colored, fussy cut, and adhered to the front of the opening overlapping the original mushroom. Finally, the sentiment was added from Tim Holtz Small Talk.
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Love love love this! LOVING that little house!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Wouldn't that be a fun place to visit and have a cuppa, Julie? Thanks!Delete
Love this, Jean! The colors and coloring are beautiful! The embossing is gorgeous; makes the outside look like a leather album! Absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
I hadn't really looked at it that way, Katrina, but it does even feel like that. I should try it on one of my art journals. Thanks for the idea!Delete
Be sure to let me know if you post that album! I want to see it!Delete
Wow Jean your card is wonderful just love the colours you have chosen and that beautiful embossed boarder just sets of your cottage so well. Love your card dear friend. Hugs Andrea xxxReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Andrea, for your constant and loving support my friend!Delete
Wow, wow, wow, Jean! You never cease to amaze me....this is beyond gorgeous! I agree with, Katrina...it does look like embossed leather! Love it!ReplyDelete
This one is going to be one of my favorites, Janet, as I can come up with so many stories about the little people who live here. Thank you!Delete
This is wonderful. I absolutely adore this.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for your kindness, Tarah!Delete
It's stunning, Jean! xoxoReplyDelete
I love doing regular stamping with the parchment, Em. It has such a different look and is a totally different coloring challenge for me.Delete