Saturday, 17 September 2011

Triple T Challenge in Red, Yellow and Orange

One of my good crafting and scrap-booking friends - Debby is on the Triple T Design Team and she encouraged me to enter their very first blog hop. So tonight I sat down to think about making something that fulfilled the 3 parts of the Triple T Challenge. 

This is what we had to work with


 

And this is what I came up with.
I've always loved this stamp set and find it a very peaceful image, so it is the image that evokes peace for me.  The colours:- Red, Yellow and Orange are not usually associated with Peace, but ............?

I made the card by stamping the girl image with Stazon Jet Black onto Glossy White from Stampin' Up!. I then added some more foliage from the Pocket Silhouettes stamp set. I highlighted some areas with a lovely waxy white crayon, before sponging near the horizon with Daffodil Delight (SU)


I placed a mask (post-it Note) over the girl's head and continued adding orange and Cherry Cobler.  The clouds were created by tearing a piece of paper and using it as a mask to sponge darker ink on. I used Cherry Cobler for this. 

A blender pen was used to colour the flower centres and the outside edges were sponged. A small brown pearl is placed in the centre of each flower.


Then I added Flowers that were stamped onto coloured card. The leaves are made from  Stampin Up's Leaves #2 Die  and they are trimmed, scrunched and sponged.

And finally - the symbol that spells out peace in nature for me - the Butterfly. I made quite a few of these using the Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die. So easy yet so effective as they are embossed as well as cut as they are wound through the Big Shot Die cutting machine.

I hope you feel a little peace in your lives today and that you will pop on over to Triplicate Trials Tuesday Challenge and join in the blog hop.

I am including this card in the Sweet Stampin' Challenge - flowers, flowers, flowers.
and

Wee Memories Challenge 68 - no patterned paper
These are fun challenges that you should check out too!



Until next time,

Stay Crafty



10 comments:

  1. Ann, this is where I see the difference between and artist and a crafter. Your card is beautiful. So many wonderful elements to it. I love how you have taken each element of the challenge and made it your own. I know your work will inspire others. Hope you will join us again at Triple T. Good luck with the Blog hop.

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  2. This is lovely! You've done a wonderfu job with the challenge elements! Thank you for playing along with us at Triplicate Trials Tuesday!

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  3. Gorgeous Scene! Love how you incorporated all the vivid colors of the Triplicate Trials Tuesday. Thanks for playing.

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  4. Ann, I LOVE this - it's absolutely beautiful!

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  5. Wow! I think this is just stunning! The colours are fantastic and the stamp is beautiful. Thank you for playing at Sweet Stampin' this week. Tracey x

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  6. LOL....Ann you won my random generated blog prize, (as in my husband pulled a name out of the hat), very high tech here at the McGrath household....haha. I was going to send the person one of the tags I made at Linda's, is there one that you would like? If you want to check out my blog you will find them there. http://debblesdabbles.blogspot.com/2011/09/lovely-lindas-layers-of-color-workshop.html

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  7. Wow! This is beautiful. The colors are so vivid and stunning. Gorgeous image as well. Thanks for playing at Wee Memories this week!

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  8. Ohhhh....I LOVE this card! How pretty! I love the colours, so unusual and vibrant. Thanks for sharing at Sweet Stampin this week. Wedgie xxx

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  9. wow...this is lovely, great colour combo and ther image is beautiful!!

    Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stampin this week.

    Fi
    x

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  10. What a wonderful creation!
    Thanks so much for playing at Wee Memories.

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