Greetings from the Farm

Hello dear blog friends,

Last week I was browsing through my Penny Black stamps storage box and discovered two golden oldies. Oh dear, I just love the cute cow ladies and had to ink then up immediately and  colour them. It feels like ages since I last made a card with cute images and making these two cards were fun. I kept the layout for both cards the same except for the sentiments. As the images look so happy and cheerful I used minimum embellishments to kept the focus on the critters. After my eye surgery, coloring of images were difficult but my vision did improve so much over the past three months that I am very glad to have my coloring pencils back in hand.  Hope you enjoy these two cards as much as I have enjoyed creating them.

Challenges:

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A close-up of the image, the cow lady and her two chicken friends

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The roses, doily and leafy flourish

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My second card with three pretty cow ladies

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A close-up of the three ladies with their fashionable head pieces

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A peep at the inside which was decorated in the same way for both cards

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Project details:

  • White and green cardstock
  • We R Memory Keepers gingham designer paper  “Baby mine”
  • Penny Black stamps “Skip and Romp” (2877L) and “Ladies Devine” (2882K)
  • Penny Black sentiment stamp “Critter Party transparent set” (30-013)
  • Paper doilies
  • Marianne Design Creatables “LR0271” and “LR0191”
  • Memory Box die “Puffy Clouds”
  • Green wax cord
  • Prima flowers “Sherwood rose cottage” (Item #552718)
  • Tim Holtz distress ink” Tea Dye”
  • Lyra-Rembrandt Aquarelle water-color pencils for coloring
  • Skwiglues glitter glue “Crystal”

Thanks for visiting today to look at my cards and I would love to know what you think. Have a wonderful week and I will be back next Saturday with a vintage/shabby card. Happy crafting.

Regards from South Africa,

Amelia

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