When looking at today's inspiration challenge, Nature's Fine Arts. I was inspired by the deer in the trees. I had this extra bg from yesterday's Mixability challenge and the colors looked exactly like the ones in that photo. So I got my No Lee Deer out and stamped it. I used my Misti,mbecause I knew I would have to stamp a lot over the colorbist bg on the watercolor paper. I had this sentiment in with my Deer. I think I got this many years ago at a stamp show. It was just a piece of rubber. I think I remember getting a whole sack of just the rubber stamps for a dollar! I love the verse. So, this is also for the Bible Verse Challenge. Anyway, thank you Stacy for the inspiration today! Now my extra bg doesn't get lost in my stash! Thank you for looking.
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2019 GMT Views: 786
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Sat, Apr 20, 2019 @ 10:08 AM
Love this wonderful card. The wooded background colors look great and I like the deer. And, what a wonderful verse you used.
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Sat, Apr 20, 2019 @ 11:07 AM
Some things are meant to be and your reversed stenciled bg couldn't be a more perfect representation of your inspiration print. You did a great job of stamping that deer so it hit as many of the brown / orange / tan parts of the bg as possible keeping you deer very realistic too.
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Sat, Apr 20, 2019 @ 11:16 AM
Your background is gorgeous! I love the stencilled look and your bright colours. That deer looks super and the wrapped floss really works well to ground him. I'm a sucker for tilted panels so what can I say except; wonderful!