This is for Robin’s fun Free for All challenge. We are celebrating all things Mary Poppins this week, you can check it out here .
The ombre background is from a 6” x 6” paper pad, I think it is by Authentique, it is grey ombre on this side and brown with white spots on the otherside. I carefully centred the Umbrella Man die, what you see here is the negative.
Before I adhered the ombre paper negative to a black leather grain card base, I stamped on the rain drops with iced spruce distress ink and MISTI. The little penguin is a die-cut and the sentiment is by Unity Stamps.
This is positively CAS by my standards. I couldn’t help myself from adding something extra so I added a little bit of white pencil and pen here and there.
Thank you for looking and I hope you have some time to get inky and join in the challenge.
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Thu, Mar 02, 2017 @ 10:03 PM
Awesome sistah Susie!! I love the umbrella man for this...he totally reminds me of Dick Van Dyke as the chimney sweep. Love the penguin too, they were a big part of the day out (in the paintings I think). I loved the dance that Dick did with the penguins scene in Mary Poppins!
This is so fantastic mate! Thanks for making this wonderful sample for the challenge!
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Fri, Mar 03, 2017 @ 4:09 AM
Brilliant, Susie - and it chimes with the miserably wet grey day here - give me your umbrella man and penguin any day! I must think about this, I love the film but would have to think about how to interpret it. Your take is just brilliant!