Sunday, February 28, 2010

CDS Sneak Peek - Scenic Trees

Welcome back to the last day of the CDStamps sneak peeks! This little palm tree image comes from one of Laurie Wilsons newest sets called Scenic Trees. It has all kinds of gorgeous trees in it and I chose to do mine with a little tropical flair.

The image has been stamped, embossed and then sponged over. The main panel started out larger and then gradually shrunk as I was being indecisive on layouts. What was I told before?Something about measure twice cut once? *shakes head* That never works for me anyway ;) So a shrunken panel and some basic grey lemonade paper...and here is what the outcome was. Clearly this card should be a warning to all individuals to only craft with adequate lighting! This is what happens when a light bulb burns out in your craft room and your are too lazy to replace it while choosing *matching* papers. paper just maybe a little bit off in colour...*shrugs shoulders* lol!

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Card Recipe:

Stamps: Clear Dollar Stamps - Scenic Trees
Paper: Black, Watercolour, Basic Grey Dp
Ink: Black, Baja, Navy, Melon, Razzleberry
Accessories: Sewing Machine, Cuttlebug and Embossing Folders, Sponges, Pop Dots, Corner Rounder, Shell Button, Ribbon, Brads, Clear Embossing Powder

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The Stamper's Touch said...

Fabulous and fun, that's how I best describe your card!! Plus, I wish I were there!!!!!!!! So warm and inviting! Love it Kim!!


Laurie tx stamper said...

Wow, what a gorgeous card! I just love the rich jewel tones and how you did the island scene. Of course, you had the experience to really bring this scene to life too. BeautifuL!

Mary said...

Very nice Kim. I love the color....beautiful!

Leslie said...

Stunning as always!

Maggie said...

Every time I check out your blog, I say lots of things to myself about how much I like what you do, but today, I decided to share it with you. To say it simply, I really like your style! You stand out and I thank you so much for sharing Kim.