I had no idea how to start this challenge and then I read Cindy's ok to use a stamp....sshhhhh...it is a secret!! So I stamped the image and remember doing a card like this for atsamom's card group a couple of months ago. My sky line is not nearly as good as hers but I had fun doing it. Added a 3d image of an elk or deer....my sons would be so upset that I cannot tell which it is...oh well....they hunt....I cook and I don't see it in one piece!!! I then added some Martha Stewart punched snowflakes and a corner punch. The paper is awesome. It feels like suede. I enjoyed your link, Cindy, to the artist who can create a masterpiece in less than a 1/2 hour. I used to watch his shows all of the time and wish I could be like him.
Thank you for looking.
hugs to all of my sisters.
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Sat, Jan 01, 2011 @ 2:29 PM
OMG! I totally missed this master piece! It is so very beautiful! Wowza..I love the way you sponged in behind the trees with the white snowy scene! You MUSTA been inspired by that artist as this is a scene just like he would paint! You have a talent girlfriend, artsey one! This is just gorgeous even though you used a stamp! I love what you did with your white canvas! Whoo hoo!
I need to have you send me a link when you upload so I don't miss you coming to the party! Tee hee! Hugs....
Okay, so winter is here...let's go back to mild!!!
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Sat, Jan 08, 2011 @ 2:46 PM
Yowsa, girl! You done good! What a great scene you've created. Hope you had a wonderful holiday season. Happy new year, Connie Jo! (Hi, Tree!)
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