Saturday, March 2, 2013

Just For You

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Hello everyone,

It’s challenge time with the “Crazies” over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. This week being a brand new month we have a new challenge hostess which is Mwah!

Looking through a window. Create a card with a window, it can be a stamped window, a window die or if you don't have an actual window image/die … then just create a window card. Remember when you look through a window you could be looking from the inside out or the outside in. Have fun!

It’s also the first CHF non challenge week of the month which means that this week is Thomas Kinkade week where each of the CHF Design Team will be featuring one of the Thomas Kinkade stamps on their blogs. You will need to keep an eye on the CHF DT’s blogs during that week as we won’t all be posting on the same day, but rather on a day that suits us depending on what other stuff we have to blog that week.

This year I am attempting to post a different technique using the Thomas Kinkade line of stamps each month. This time round I decided to use the Thomas Kinkade Cobblestone Bridge and the larger Memory Box Window Die so that it appears you are looking at the scene from inside a house. Dies can add so many different looks to your Thomas Kinkade stamps. I also only needed to color part of the image which would be seen through the window.

Don't forget to check out the rest of the “Crazies” cards over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog and also their individual blogs for more details.

Stamps: Thomas Kinkade Cobblestone Bridge; Script Essentials – Cornish Heritage Farms
Paper: White; Blu Raspberry (MFT); Orange; DP
Other: Black Ink; Memory Box Large Window Die; MFT Die-namics Fishtail Flags Stax; MFT  MFT Stamps Upsy Daisy; Spellbinders Embossing Folder; Foam Tape; Copics

 

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6 comments:

  1. Wow! Awesome scene outside that window, and inside too!

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  2. That Kinkade image is the perfect scenery through your window, Frances! Gorgeous card!

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  3. perfect use of the TK....a fab scene outside your window

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