Sunday, June 21, 2015

Green Acres

Happy Sunday, my friends! =) Here is a card that I made using some super fun stamps and dies from Paper Smooches.


You know I had to no-line color those cute animals! =)


The critters are from the Green Acres set. They are stamped on PTI's Stamper's Select White cardstock with Antique Linen Distress Ink and colored with Copic markers. I cut them using the partial die cutting technique with the newly released matching dies and did more partial die-cutting for the hill using a die from Borders 1 set.


The patterned paper is from American Crafts Project Life Inspire Edition 6x6 Paper Pad and the sentiment is from Gently Seasoned Two set.

That's all for now. For more inspiration using stamps and dies from Paper Smooches, please visit Paper Smooches Blog! =)

Have a awesome day and thanks for stopping by!


Affiliate links are used in some cases! =)
supplies:
cardstock: (white, kraft) Papertrey Ink
clear stamps: (Green Acres, Gently Seasoned Two) Paper Smooches
patterned paper: (Project Life Inspire Edition 6x6 Paper Pad) American Crafts
dye ink: (Antique Linen) Ranger Industries
hybrid ink: (Chocolate Brown) My Favorite Things
accents: (enamel dots) My Mind's Eye
dies: (Green Acres Icons, Borders 1) Paper Smooches
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft
other: (foam tape) 3M
Copics used:
Mr. Goat: E31, E30, E0000, R20, C1, C00, 0, E43, E42, E41, E97, E95, E93, E00, E77, E74, E71
bell: R17, R14, R43
Mrs. Rooster: R08, R05, R22, R32, R24, E15, E13, E11
Little Chick: Y38, Y18, Y08k, Y13
grass: YG67, YG17, YG35, YG03, YG01

7 comments:

Bad Kitty said...

wonderful
have a nice day

~amy~ said...

CUTE!!!

Nicole Parmentier said...

your no-line coloring skills are awesome!!! Love it!!!

Lisa Lara said...

Just unbelievable Alice!

libleycraftsblog.com said...

Wow amazing Alice - fab card!

Celeste Goff said...

What a fabulous card Alice! Love the no line stamping!

Aileen (mum) said...

Brilliant card, cant believe al that stamping and colouring. Just perfect.

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