Sunday, 19 March 2017

And a Lovely Picnic

Hello.  Welcome.  Enjoying a cup of coffee, and I bet she has some snacks in that bag as well.......



I stamped the girl from Unity's A Summer Story with black Archival ink on white card.  I used a black watercolour pencil and a water brush to add some floor and fussy cut the top of the image.  I cut the top edge of the panel and the bottom edge of a piece of black stripey paper with one of Stamplorations Snowy Hills dies.  I mounted the two pieces on a white base card.  Done.   

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
De-Egel Challenge 29 - Essen und/oder Trinken
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity Challenge 34 - Black and White
Scrappegarasjen Utfordring 32 - Monokromatisk 
Repeat Impressions Inspiration Palette Challenge - M1517 
Deep Ocean Challenge 150 - Dots and/or Stripes
Stamplorations Cutplorations March Challenge 


 

7 comments:

  1. Super that you join our March 29 Bingo Challenge !
    Thanks for your participation and good luck.

    {Challengeblog De Egel}
    {Hobbywinkel De Egel}

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  2. I love the black and white of this.

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  3. This is very cool! I love how you fussy cut the top part and created a really fun joining of the two parts. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

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  4. Just black, white, and gray, but a strong and charming composition! So happy to have you playing along in the Black & White Challenge at the LostCoastPortalToCreativity.blogspot.com! :)

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  5. Wonderful! Thank you for playing with us at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity.
    Marilyn

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  6. Fun take on the inspiration - Thanks for joining in at CUTplorations!

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  7. Love it!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Scrappegarasjen.no!
    DT-Eva

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