samedi 28 mars 2020

Gather Together

Hello everyone!
As you know, Saturday is 52CCT day on my blog. This week we have a technique challenge - we are looking for..... 


I started to stamp what was visible through the window onto a card base. I masked the image and sponged the background with Deep Lagoon (Versafine). Everything else is colored with colored pencils after removing the mask. The bear, the deer, the snowman and the lantern are also colored with colored pencils - fussy cut and glued on. - The little animals are really tiny and it was a very fussy job!
I added very fine white splashes and set it aside.
I cut off the two long sides of a big, punched label and so I got the windowsill and the upper frieze for the window. I glued a small strip of paper left and right and the window frame was perfect. The panes were cut using a small square die.
I then applied the bricks with a stencil - it would have been easier if I had done it before!
I stamped and colored the Christmas lights before I added the dog and the sentiment. As a final touch I added a very tiny strip of washi tape at the bottom and glued the panel on the card base. Et voilà!

It was a little long, but hey!
Have FUN!!

Linked up with:
Fezziwigs Festive Frolics - Anything Festive Goes
The 12 Months of Christmas - Challenge #63 + Optional Twist: Ice Ice Baby
Merry Little Christmas - Anything Christmas Goes

  The Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog  


Stamps: Dog (Katzelkraft); Sentiment (Lora Bylora); All the other stamps are (Scrap Plaisir);
Inks: Onyx Black and Deep Lagoon (Versafine); 
Dies: From the Action Market
Stencil: Bricks (Scrap Plaisir);
Colored pencils, washi tape

9 commentaires:

  1. Fabulous reading! I enjoyed learning how you constructed your window scene! It is WONDERFUL! You're so clever, teamie!

  2. *hihi* ... Deiner schaut von drinnen nach draußen. Da gibt's auch viel zu entdecken!!!

  3. Looks like doggie would have fun if he could get out!

  4. Ah this is so sweet, what a cute dog you have looking out the window. Thanks for playing along with me over on Fezziwigs Festive Frolics, Hope all is safe and well with you, Hazel xx

  5. c'est trop mignon, quelle jolie scène fun et sympa Rosi, biz

  6. WOW was für eine wundervolle Fensterszene, herrlich friedlich und genial gemacht.

    Liebe Grüße
    von Anke

  7. Wow, all that fussy cutting! Your finished card is worth it, though, - just fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Merry Little Christmas challenges

  8. Great window Christmas scene.

  9. Lovely card. Thank you for joining the 12 months of Christmas link up. Hope to see you again next time.


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