lørdag den 1. marts 2014

SanDee & amelie's Steampunk March Challenge - Transparency

Hello everybody, 
here is my suggestion to Sandee & Amelie's March Challenge - Transparency.
Sandee & Amelie's March Challenge - Transparency

I started with white cardstock so 
I can control my colors, and I usually do this most of the times.
To get inspired, I glanced in my drawers to see what options I have.
 I do not use many drafts, everything is done as thoughts in my head.
The card is 11,5 x 21 cm wide, and I found some buildings on the internet, 
and I have drawn on them very loosely with brown Prismacolor.
The funny thing is where my die cuts and stamps should be placed, 
and the colors I need for the card to be as I had imagined.
Before I stick my front on, I made ​​room with extra cardboard, 
so the transparent acetate can slide inside the card.

Tim Holtz Umbrella Man - Tattered Banners dies
Die-Versions wrench die
Xcut chronology - cogs die
Prima clear stamps - BoBunny stamps
Papermania Urban stamps
Distress Ink Vintage Photo - Black Soot -  Frayed Burlap - 
Rusty Hinge - Pumice Stone
Folk Art Poetry Green - Prismacolor
White cardboard - brads - Rubber font - Transparent Acetate

I hope that you have been attracted to participate in 
Sandee & Amelie's March Challenge - Transparency

See you over there and thanks for your attention.

It's also a man thing and anything goes:
Link to Vintage Stamping Challenge 17 - It’s A Man Thing
Link to Fashionable Stamping Challenge 67 - Anything Goes

5 kommentarer:

  1. This is absolutely brilliant, Susan!
    I adore the colour scheme you have achieved and that it is a mechanical card makes me love it even more! Such a brilliant idea and so brilliantly executed! I am so glad that you are on our Design Team now!

    Big Hug,
    Claudia x

  2. Congratulations on joining the team, Susan - and a fabulous first creation - it's really wonderful!
    Alison x

  3. This is an amazing work so beautiful made.

  4. Hi Susan, Wow! Stunning! I love that you drew your own buildings, and the colours are gorgeous. I totally get how you work from your head (I do the same) and it is a great way to get what is inside you, out.
    Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.
    Dot x

  5. A fabulous creation Susan, love the building in the background, You've given the whole card as well as the embellishments a fabulous rusting metal finish.
    Thanks for sharing with us at FSC
    Avril x


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