Wednesday, June 21, 2017

See You In September


We'll be taking the summer off from challenges here at 
so this is the last one until September.
Now I've got a song stuck in my head.
You know the one?
See You In September - it's an old one by The Happenings.



For this clean and somewhat layered card I stamped the Hardwood stamp 
from Stampin' Up! onto some whisper white card stock and then stamped
the Rose Clock from Stamp-it Australia on top. 
I colored the rose and the leaves with my Prismacolor pencil crayons and
sponged the edges to soften the look.
I layered it onto some black cardstock then onto a craft foam sheet and
next onto some soft suede card stock.
All in all it was pretty easy. 



If you're new to coloring, something like
this would be a good place to start. You're only coloring a small portion
of the overall call so it's less intimidating for a beginner.




So how does this photo inspire you?
Click HERE to see how the rest of the DT was inspired.
I hope to see you in the gallery.

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supplies:
from Stampin' Up! unless noted
cardstock: whisper white, basic black, soft suede
stamp set: Rose Clock (Stampi-it Australia), Hardwood
ink: crumb cake, memento tuxedo black
pencil crayons: (Prismacolor)
big shot: stitched stackable rectangles (lawn fawn)
craft foam (Michaels)

4 comments:

  1. I love your gorgeous wood panel background, Susan! Very classy with a great vintage look that you always feature in a such a pretty way. It was a real joy to be a part of the Card Concept with you this season.
    Take Care!
    Michele

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    1. Thank you Michele :) you're very sweet! I've loved working alongside you as well :) :) :)

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  2. Love that beautiful image against the wood panel background! So pretty!!!
    Now I've got that song in my head!!! Enjoy the summer!!!!

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  3. I love the distressed wood background and the clock, so perfect with the rose and sentiment.

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