Sunday, March 21, 2010

Stamptacular Sunday Challenge - Scene It

This week at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge we have a fun challenge. It's called Scene It. What that means is that you have to create your own scene. Try some fun techniques like, masking, 3D, etc. I decided to try my hand at a 3D scene. I stamped my little images from my favorite stamping store Stamping Bella. They are Izzie has a Daisy, and Izzie has Balloons. Aren't they just darling. They reminded me of my 2 girls. The older one was always bringing me home flowers picked from everyone else's gardens, and my little one always had to have a balloon when we went shopping. I popped them out by attaching them with cardstock, and also attached the grass, cut out with my Martha Stewart grass punch. To creat the scene behind, I just added 2 pieces of green cardstock, curved to look like small hills, sponged the sky, and stamped the trees with a Close To My Heart tree stamp. (Sorry, I borrowed it and didn't write down the name.) I added that to the back and gave it a hilly background look. I used my Nook & Pantry paper collection from Basic Grey. (God I love their papers). I added little chickens, punched out of yellow Bazzill card stock and my Martha Stewart punch. I colored of course with my copics.

This week our prize is another FANTASTIC $25.00 (Including Shipping) gift certificate from:

Simon Says

So let's see what amazing scenes you can create on your own.

NOTE: Make a beautiful card where YOU create a scene of some sort. Using stamps or images that already have the scene created are NOT allowed!

Have fun creating.
Hugs xx


Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Carolyn,
This is awesome. This looks like a lot of work but the result is magnificent. Great colours and beautiful scene. I'm well impressed.
Fiona x

dolcreations said...

Carolyn I can see why you were so excited to do this post! Your pop up card is gorgeous! I know they are alot of work..but the end result is adorable! Love how you stamped the trees in the background, love the grass and the MS border punch along the bottom! Way to go on this one!

Tanya said...

WOW! This looks like alot of hard work. Great job. It turned out awesome.