I inked up, copic-colored, and cut out the barnyard critters... and that fence! I colored and cut it out also... what I learned is that my craft knife is a smidge on the dull side... I kept wishing that I had the PTI fence die - but this one turned out pretty cute, I think!
The clouds backgrounds is a Hero Arts stamp - I inked it up in pool party ink (SU) and used tumbled glass distress ink around the edges.
The kraft base was also stamped with a Hero Arts background (envelope pattern) and was then distressed using white ink.
Thanks for looking!
HA! OK, so cute, but also so perfectly executed.Your fence contrasts nicely with all the other layers. Nothing is getting lost in this card. Love the little overflow of the cow-tail and fence. Nice touch here.ReplyDelete
This is so cute. I love this scene. Love the critters peaking over the fence! LOVE IT! Thank you SOOO much for joining us at the Lawnscaping challenge this week!!!!ReplyDelete
This is just awesome! I love the scene you created and the colors are so soft and pretty! I like this alot!!!!ReplyDelete
This is just so very cute. Reminds me of 'Old McDonald Had a Farm'--song running through my head as I type.ReplyDelete
Totally Cute card! - Just found your blog through (Damask Love) where you left a comment. Decided to check you out and am glad I did. You do great work.ReplyDelete
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Oh so cute!!! I love the fence and the cutie animals. And the clouds in the sky!ReplyDelete
Great take on the challenge! These critters are having fun on the farm, so cuteReplyDelete
Darling scene! Great coloring on those critters, too. Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!ReplyDelete
This is SOOOO CUTE!!! LOVE those farm critters!! And your coloring and cloud background are just perfect!!!ReplyDelete
The distressing is so perfect on this farmy-chic card. I also love the fence and how you've cut it out and adhered it in front; it adds so much dimension! I'll have to try that very soon. :) Thank you for playing along with us at the Lawnscaping challenge blog!ReplyDelete