Monday, January 21, 2013

Something New and A Fave

It's me again, with little something I made for the ongoing A Muse Studio Consultants Challenge Blog I'm hosting this week. And here she is:

This card was made using a stamp set I purchased recently called Love is in the Air. It's one of the sets found in the Valentine catalog. I stamped the buildings on watercolour paper, coloured it with my favourite (and first ever owned) Tombow markers in slate, eucalyptus, apricot, and sky, and a water brush. I tried to colour in a lovely wash of sky, but used a little too much eucalyptus and ended up with something much darker than I intended. So, on to Plan B, which was to fussy cut the buildings and add them to a sugar card base with a strip of slate cardstock as the "ground". I then die cut my favourite a|s clouds dies which are (sadly) being retired, and swiped on a little eucalyptus and sky using the markers and waterbrush. The sentiment came from a couple of different sets: No Peeking and Greetings Earthling.

You can check out a few projects from my fellow DT members here.

I hope you'll make time to join us at the challenge blog this week. Remember the challenge is to combine something new with your papercrafting fave. You have until January 26th to link up your projects and be entered to win some Splash! Inks.

Hugs and Kisses.

A Muse Studio Supplies Used:
Stamps: Love is in the Air, Greetings Earthling, No Peeking
Cardstock: Sugar, Slate
Ink: Stazon
Other: Tombow Markers, watercolour paper, a|s cloud duo dies, waterbrush


Linda Suarez said...

Love this Tracey Jean! Your coloring is fantastic! And how you used the clouds! Inspiring!

Seleise said...

Love this, Tracey! Wow - the sentiments on the clouds is perfect! Love how you did the buildings - great card!

Chelsea said...

This is an awesome take on these buildings ... I love love love it!!!

Qadirah said...


WrinkleFreeDiva said...

I love how this came out! Nice job...

Nicole said...

Love love love this!

Nicole said...

Love love love this!

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