I love this chair and all the elements with the birds, hat and chair pillows. I thought it would look cute out under a tree. I masked off the sentiment with a piece post-it to ink the stamp and then removed it before placing image on paper. I sketched the tree and the hedge row with an artist pen and used Watercolor Minis fern for the leaves and to fill in the grass. I painted with reinkers and watercolor brush.
Date: Monday, April 24, 2006 GMT Views: 1814
Registered: July 16, 2004 Location: ... in the middle of nowhere in Wisconsin. Posts: 12085
Mon, Apr 24, 2006 @ 7:41 AM
Your creations are truly works of art and need to be framed. Anyone who receives one of your cards needs to hang onto it forever. Wish it was me because I would have it framed and hanging in my home for all to enjoy.
------------------------------ Who would have thought that paper, ink & rubber could create a priceless keepsake or give me treasured friends.
Registered: July 14, 2004 Location: Texas Posts: 5528
Mon, Apr 24, 2006 @ 9:01 AM
Kittie this is one of my favorites and thats hard to say because I love all your work! The blue gingham looks perfect with this setting. Once again thanks...your cards take us to places of peace and tranquility...a nice break for us all to enjoy in our busy days! :)
Registered: November 29, 2005 Location: with a whiney cat Posts: 2315
Fri, Apr 28, 2006 @ 6:29 AM
What a peaceful and beautiful card! :) I love how you used the watercolor minis to fill in the grass. That's a great idea!
I consider it a bad sign that I looked at the card, thought that you used the canvas background, but looking at your listed stamps, you used linen. So, apparently, I can't tell them apart, but I still own both of them. :lol:
Seeing your thumbnails is inspiring me to go through your gallery and see more! I'll be back later to take a closer look.