(this challenge has closed but scroll down for challenges 2 and 3)
To enter this challenge all you need to do is create a scene on your card. Use multiple images to create a scene or just one image that is a scene. Tell the story. You can use any image as long as the image includes elements of nature, such as trees, birds, buildings, etc.). So create your scene and share it with us.
Here is a sample card to get you started:
Hopefully, I have inspired you to participate in this challenge. Remember we have three challenges going on so join in all three. I can't wait to see your creations!
This is a fun challenge. Gather your flowers and think of all the colors of nature. Have fun with this one. Your flowers may be digital or they may be made from mulberry paper, it's all up to you. You can use any image but don't forget the flowers....and it doesn't have to be a card.
She was colored using Copics:
Greys: C3, C1
Blues: B93, B91, BG70
Browns: E25, E23, E50, E11, E13, E00, E000, E43, E42, E41, E40
I used Kraft Cardstock and Authentique Designer Paper. The flowers are 25mm Wild Curly Roses from Wild Orchid and I used a Spellbinders die to cut the corners.
I saw a technique on Youtube on using a standard border punch and making it work as a punch around the page. It was pretty cool and easy to follow. I have forgotten where I got the image but I ended up with four of them.
The flowers are once again from Wild Orchid and the pearls are Recollection. My designer paper is Websters and the cardstock is Bazzill. I used Spellbinders to cut the Lacy Circle and the Teardrop circle.
If you're here then you're ready to showcase those creatures big and small. From dogs to cats and everything in-between we want to see those little cuties or those strong wow types. Any animal is welcomed in this challenge so get your mojo going and let's hear some noise...well we will pretend we can hear the animals calling us.
I used a Martha Stewart punch to cut out the branches and added a few pearls to finish it off. The words were printed directly to the cardstock using my printer.
Well folks, I hope these two cards has given you ideas and encouraged you to participate in our "Animals Gone Wild" challenge.
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