Lincoln Sparrows

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Monday, August 8, 2011

Rustic Window box

Well here we are again, another Monday! I can't believe how fast this weekend went by. On Saturday I spent the day with Linda, Paula, Lynn and Kathy at the Novi Stamping show. The show was smaller this year, but I still founds lots to buy.  Then we went to Olive Garden for dinner.  It was a fun day!

For today's card I'm using Rustic Window Box, another Mo Manning in rubbah! image by Stamping Bella.


Like always, the image was stamped on bella's bestest paper with black memento, then I coloured it up with my much neglected Caran d'arche pencils! I then cut out the image using a large square nestie, left the die in place then sponged some wheat versamagic ink around the image, then added a bit  of persimmon versamagic in the corners.  DP is from K & Co.  I also made an awning out of the same designer paper. The incentive came from a card that Lindabella did last winter.  You can view it here.  I then layered it onto some green bazzill cardstock cut using the square lacy die.  Added some glitter to the flowers and there you have it, a rustic window box! I used some scrap dots under the awning to hold it up.

A reminder for this weeks challenge - Paper Piercing.

Thanks for stopping by, have a wonderful day.
Pauline

7 comments:

  1. Pauline this is gorgeous! Love the awning!!

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  2. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant how you made a awning over the window box!! Your colouring is stunning; this image is still waiting for me to have the nerve to ink it up!

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  3. Love this Card Pauline, I coloured up the rustic window image too, just have to compose the rest of the card.

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  4. Look at you with this very creative awning....WOW. A definate show stopper! Can't believe a whole year has gone by since our adventure last year! Wish I could have spent the day with you all.

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