Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Magnolia Stamp Lovers – Make a Scene

The wonderfully talented Mindy set the challenge for us this time at Magnolia Stamp Lovers. This was definitely a challenge for me as I don’t usually do scene’s but I think that it turned out OK.

I used Tilda carrying a lamb and the Open Gate both from the Magnolia Easter collection.

I thought this little cutie would make a great card for a baby so that is what I did.

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I used my Cricut George cartridge to cut out the oval in the front of the card. I used my Martha Stewart Combo Double Loop edge corner punch for the frame around the oval. I made two bows using my bow easy, which I love because I love bows! I hung a couple of baby charms from each bow.

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I masked Tilda and the gate and colored her with the Copics.

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  • Skin – E13, E11, E00, E000, R20, W3
  • Dress – RV23, RV21, RV000, Y15, Y13, Y11, Spica Buttermilk
  • Shoes and Hair – N8, N6, N4, N2
  • Lamb and clouds – C6, C4, C2, C1, Co
  • Gate – E99, E97, E53, E51, W1
  • Flowers – G24, G20, Spica Buttermilk and Spica Blossom
  • Sky – B00, B000, B0000

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Here is a pic of the inside. I didn’t decorate it much because I didn’t want to cover the scene.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to hop on over to Magnolia Stamp Lovers and play along with our challenge.

3 comments:

Handmade by Vivi said...

Adorable card Steph! love how you made it!!
xxx
Vivi

Sheri said...

I think your scene card turned just perfect! I love everything about this Stephanie!

StampinJo said...

Stephanie, I love your work. It is such a pleasure to come in here and just adore the delightful cards you have made. Thanks for allowing us to see your talent grow more from day to day to day. StampinJo

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