Monday, May 1, 2017

CWS May Challenge; Flowers

The stamping challenge at http://creativewithstampschallenge.blogspot.com for May is Flowers.  Join us this month with your stamped creations.  This month's sponsor is Pattie's Creations Digital Stamps.

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Selected winner will receive 3 digi stamps

I used the Rubber Boots/Tulips image from Pattie's Creations Digital Stamps for this card.  The best thing about working with digital stamps is you can customize the size for your need.  I made this pretty big because I knew I was going to fussy cut it. I used markers that I have in my stash to color the image - a combination of alcohol markers and Tombow markers.  I use a white pen to add some highlights here and there as well.

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The background was done by adding gesso, acrylic paint and some walnut ink on old book paper.  Then I added some random marks using my Elements Set by Bloom Art Stamps.  I tore a piece of a yellow doily, washi tapes and thread and added them behind the rubber boots.  The image was placed on the background with dimensionals. 

Rubber Boot Digi Stamp - Pattie's Creations Digital Stamps
Background Marks - Elements by Bloom Art Stamps
Sentiment - Stampin' Up

Remember to join the challenge at Creative with Stamps challenge site for a chance to win some great prizes!  Stamp on my friends!

6 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! Love that background!
    Hugs
    Mary

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  2. Such a beautiful card, Dorlene! Love all the added color and textures ~ The tulips in the boots are so sweet! :-)

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  3. Oh that background ! Awesome! Beautiful card!!

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  4. Wow your background is awesome. I love this type of art. I love the boot and flowers. Very pretty card. Hugs teamie

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  5. Love how You make Your background. And the flowers looks so pretty yellow.

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  6. So pretty! Love the background!!!
    Lilian DT teamie
    The Leaf Studio

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