Friday, July 19, 2013

Deepest Sympathy...MM#302 & CTD#251

Hello! I'm back with my second post today! I'm using the sketch from Mojo Mondays #302 and the colors from Color Throwdown #251:


Here's another angle:

...and the inside:

The inspiration:


I made the main panel by smearing broken china and peeled paint DI on my craft mat, spritzing some water, then laying the panel in the mess. Once dry, I tore the edge of some scrap paper, covered most of the panel with it and dabbed rich cocoa on the edge to make the 'land'. Then I stamped the trees. Instead of ribbon, I broke out my Sew Easy to make that border. (Love it!) I added the eagle sticker, then I adhered all the panels, using foam squares under the brown panel. I decided that this was going to be a sympathy card (yeah, we all need them) so I used this beautiful sentiment and finished with Deepest Sympathy under it.

So that's all for now. The fur baby wants a walk now, and I can't deny him that. (or anything!) LOL! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a fantastic day! TGIF!!

Chris
Supplies:
Stamps: Inkadinkado (trees); Unity Stamps July 2012 KOM (Anyone can...); Hero Arts - Everyday Sayings (Deepest Sympathy)
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa; Ranger DI - Peeled Paint, Broken China
DP: MME - Everyday Tango
Card stock: Bazzill Basics (brown, dark blue); Recollections (light blue, white)
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik, 3D foam squares
Accessories: WRMK - Sew Easy; DMC floss; Imagine Crafts sponge dauber; Momenta - Eagle sticker


4 comments:

  1. Your card is beautiful, Chris! So serene and peaceful, perfect for a sympathy design. LOVE that scene you created. And the hand stitched border is just amazing!

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  2. WOWOWOWZA, Chris! This is a gorgeous card-- LOVE the background you've created with the inks! And that stitched border- AMAZING! Beautiful sympathy card!

    ps... I love that you said you can't deny your fur baby anything! LOL-- Olsen is spoiled too! :)

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous - I love the stitching! The scene you created is so peacefully perfect. And I just had to get that sentiment too - it's a wonderful one.

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  4. You have created such a fabulous scene...this is such a lovely sympathy card!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!

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