November 7, 2013

CCMC276!

What was my inspiration for today's card at Create with Connie & Mary? Well, first off the beautiful colors for our color challenge this week:


And 2nd is the fact that it is hunting season here in Maine. I love the "Walk In The Wild" stamp set as it is perfect for hunting season! Here's my card:


I used the "Motion Technique" for my pheasant. Very easy to achieve...you ink the stamp once, stamp it and move over about a half an inch, stamp again without re-inking and repeat a third time. The image gets lighter each time and makes it look like "motion":


Card Supplies:
  • Stamps: Wetlands, Walk in the Wild
  • Inks: Smoky Slate, Coastal Cabana
  • Cardstock: Coastal Cabana, Real Red, Water Color Paper
  • Tools: Ticket Punch, Corner Rounder Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals
  • Accessories: Baker's Twine, Candy Dots
 
 
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9 comments:

  1. I love this card! great colors, masculine, and simple. TFS!
    Jenny

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  2. Debbie, Your card is perfect for guys this time of year!! Love the motion technique with this stamp too! Great use of these colors!

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  3. Great manly card! Clean and simple. Perfect for a guy...not a lot of "fluff".

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  4. Excellent manly card and I love how you made it clean and simple. Cool technique too!

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  5. When I grew up, my dad would always bring home a few pheasants...this card brings back those memories! Love the motion technique for this image, too! Great job with the color challenge this week!

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  6. WOW! This is very beautiful! Great technique and I love the simplicity of your card!

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  7. So beautiful! I love how you made the pheasant look like it's moving! Amazing card!

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  8. This is so elegant, I love how you showcased the quail and kept your layout so clean while still so detailed. Fantastic! ~ Erika

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  9. WOW! This is a great color combination for this set! I never would have thought to use the two together!

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