Happy Wednesday and yet again time for another challenge over at the Stampotique Designers' Challenge Blog. The theme today was set by the lovely Valerie and this is what she said :
"it's Spring - Actually use springs or something that makes things spring up off your project!"
I have made this :
I coloured the card stock, which is postcard size 6 x 4" with Distress Ink in Broken China. Next I inked up the Majestic Tree stamps with water based markers; I used 2 shades of green and one brown, I then sprayed it with water and stamped it on the card. You get this lovely almost water coloured effect. I then stamped the wall and coloured it using Copic Markers; it was then adhered to the card with a bit of dimension. Unfortunately you can't see it very well on the photo. I used two layers of corrugated cardboard to achieve this. Next I stamped Bunny and coloured him, again using Copic Markers, cut him out and clear embossed him. He was adhered onto the wall. Next were the flowers, they were stamped, coloured, cut out and clear embossed. This is where the springs come into it.. I did this a few times before and love the effect. Take some thin metal wire and wind it around a knitting needle, pull it off and pull it to the length you want. I adhered it to the back of the image and the other end behind the wall. Lastly I made the sentiment with a label maker and matted the whole thing on black card stock before adhering that to some patterned paper. The little bees were an afterthought !
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I used the following stamps :
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