I stamped image with Sahara Sand on H2O paper twice and lightly color washed. I cut one frame out and popped up over the first so the door appears recessed. I also stamped a Stampendous Stone Wall image in a continuous row for panel 2, and color washed the same way.
My base is Always Artichoke, then two different Anna Griffin DP's, and then for panels 3a and b I punched 3" squares with my MS edge punch to make a Medallion and cut the outside section off, leaving just the lattice as an edge. I lightly sponged the edges.
I used bits of Flower Soft (also from ODBD Store) in the stone wall areas. I mixed colors to get this shade. I will explain how I got this color on my blog: http://th-ink-ingofyou.blogspot.com
Thanks so much for looking! Have a blessed day and I will be back tonight to view everyone's creations and make comments.
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 GMT Views: 940
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Wed, Jun 10, 2009 @ 10:11 AM
What an impressive card! This one would catch anyones eye! The colors blend so perfectly and your stones are awesome! Naturally I love your choice of scripture and fits in with the image wonderfully. The way you used your lattice punch created a great finishing touch, very uniquely done. To sum it all up, I favorited this one, love it! TFS
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Wed, Jun 10, 2009 @ 12:08 PM
Oh my goodness Grace! Every time you pick up this stamp, it gets better! I love the Flower Soft and beautifully edged corners. Paper piercing, prismas and yummy DP too! An instant fav! LYMI
------------------------------ Pat Smethers "The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11
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