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Sunday, 1 March 2015

She Who Paints the Forest

Morning my crafting friends, today's post is my third for http://lilpatchofcraftyfriends.blogspot.co.uk
so do please go over and have a look at what the design team have created and join in the fun.
My image is called She Who Paints the Forest  and comes from www.thestampingboutique.com/



Our lovely sponsors for this challenge are:

  The Stamping Boutique,   

  Prize ~ 2 images or 3 images if you enter with their image         










 



Flat Friends Boutique 

Prize ~ 5 images



 
 

Concetta Kilmer


Prize ~ 3 images 







I started with my base card using a lovely Rich Green card, I matted this up with some paper that I had distressed around the edge and coloured with Vintage Photo, onto this I glued strips of thin wood. I inked round the edge of these with Vintage Photo to make the wood look darker and old then I pasted over certain areas before adding glitter for that bit of bling!
I coloured in my digi image using Promarkers and then decided to colour in the leaves with gilding flakes so I used Flake and Glitter glue on these to adhere the flakes to the image. I inked around the edge of the image with distress inks the die cut it out using the outer die of the Vienna. I attached this to my card in the center.

Out of more of the Rich Green card I die cut some Ivy and placed this on the card so it was hanging down over the edge of the image as if like tree branches. 

Over the top of the card in places I painted dots with Acrylic paint through a piece of metal with holes in that I had got from work! Just to add a bit of interest!

There you have the finished card, I have left off a sentiment until I come to use it. Dimensions are 5" X 7".

Items Used:

Stamping Boutique Digi Image
Creative Expressions Foundation Card Rich Green
Patterned Paper (own stash)
Promarkers
Creative Expressions Gilding Flakes Autumn Leaves
Sue Wilson Finishing Touches Trailing Ivy
Sue Wilson Austrian Collection Vienna
Strip of wood (Bought from Create and craft some years ago)
Tim Holtz Distress Inks Vintage Photo, Forest Moss, Crushed Olive 
Glitter ( own stash)
Modelling Paste

Thank you for looking, do come and join in the fun, Jacquie xxx












14 comments:

  1. Good morning Jacquie,
    Love your card, pretty image and design.
    Really liking all the sparkly effects.
    Have a good day

    Patricia x

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  2. Fab design on this one, looks great, xxxx

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  3. Pretty image Jacquie, and I love all that hanging ivy. It really does feel like you are standing in the forest. Hugs Christine xx

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  4. This is gorgeous,love the image and fab details.xxx

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  5. This is gorgeous Jacquie, such a sweet image, I love the colours and beautiful detailing too.
    I hope you are having a good weekend.
    Sue xx

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  6. Love it Jacquie, and thanks for the congrats...am getting my card ready for the next challenge.xxx{The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  7. Jacquie, this is a very pretty card, great colours and image. Hazel x

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  8. Hi Jacquie
    Reminds me of a Sheena card. Its almost like a fairy grotto.
    The ivy adds beautiful dimension.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  9. A fabulous card Jacquie, such a pretty image and lovely ivy detail.
    Pauline
    x

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  10. Great card Jacquie, love the vintage look and those ivy dies you added, your image colours are lovely, well done.
    ~ Denise ~
    Owner {Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Challenge}
    {Denise's Patch of Creativity}

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  11. Morning Jacquie, a lovely image - love the ivy surrounding the main part. Janice xxx http://createdbyjan.blogspot.com

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  12. Beautiful card Jacquie! Reminds of a scene from The Secret Garden, so cozy and lush with foliage! Stunning! hugs :)

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  13. Morning Jacquie, the ivy with the little fairy is wonderful. What a delightful design.

    Hugs Diane

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  14. Morning Jacquie, the ivy with the little fairy is wonderful. What a delightful design.

    Hugs Diane

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