Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Country Charm

Remember I said I got new rubbah!!

Here's a 5x5 card done with Primitive Beginnings from The Rummage Bin at Cornish Heritage Farms.

I started off by making a mask of the house - stamping on a post it note so the bottom of the house was on the edge of the sticky part, and cut it out.

Since I already had a layout in mind, (CPS#50) I stamped the house high on the right, masked it and stamped the rolling hills and trees....then peeled off the mask and voila!, my house looks like it's in this peaceful country setting!

The front looks so different from the start of the card! I should have taken a picture so you could see the transformation! It's totally white cardstock, sponged with distress inks. The oval is a light creamy yellow sponged with dried marigold and faded jeans is sponged on the sentiment....which leads me to the sheep!

Mr Sheep kinda got in the way of the dauber whilst sponging, so I stamped him again, cut him out and popped him on a dimentional. Since he was already stamped on the sign I only had to cut out his body, leaving those tiny little legs behind *wink*. The sentiment is also popped on foam mounting tape.

I stamped 3 sheep on my card and 3 more on a scrap, cut out their bodies and placed them on adhesive dots (2 paper thin ones together so they're just barely raised off the paper)...again leaving their little legs behind.

Oh yeah, and I doodled around the oval too and stamped part of another sentiment, inking only the flourish part. And I did my faux layering again using a copic marker.

Hey, if you've made it this far, thanks for stopping by and taking a look!

  • Stamps: Primitive Beginnings, The Rummage Bin by Cornish Heritage Farms

  • Ink: Pitch Black by Adirondack
  • Scattered Straw, Dried Marigold, Tattered Rose, Faded Jeans, Shabby Shutters by Ranger
  • Prussian Blue, Dark Moss Fluid Chalk by Clearsnap

  • Cardstock: Georgia Pacific white, DCWV

  • Accessories:
  • Nestabilities by Spellbinder, www.ellenhutson.com
  • Copic markers, www.ellenhutson.com
  • Adhesive Dots by Zots- Dimensional
  • Foam Mounting tape
  • Jumbo Daubers by Tsukineko
  • Ribbon by Martha Stewart

  • Technique:
  • Sponging
  • Masking

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

I like this....it is TOTALLY out of my usual style...but something draws me to it! Great job!
Starla

broni (waterchild12) said...

Gosh darn it, Dawn! Now I'll have to go back and get this stamp set! Totally beautiful card!!

Julie Campbell said...

Oh Wow, Dawn! That took a lot of work... but it turned out great! I love primitive! Maybe my order will come tomorrow! :)

mzindorf said...

Dawn, we are on the same wave length today. I used this same set this morning. Your card turned out awesome!!! Love it.

mimihas5 said...

Your card is beautiful Dawn. You certainly were blessed with talent that's for sure.

Mary

mimihas5 said...

Your card is beautiful Dawn. You certainly were blessed with talent that's for sure.

Mary

Angelnorth said...

Love the cards you're making with this set Dawn. The semi-sheer ribbon on this one is a great touch - looks fab!

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