Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Scene of Three

I made this card using digital stamps from Make it Crafty and practised a new technique (for me) of merging more than two digital images together to make a scene. Make it Crafty is having a 1 year celebration  and will be celebrating all of July! To have a look at their stamps  go to their site at  Make It Crafty! I quite like this card because it seems somewhat mystical  and the garden appears  filled with magical things.
 I use three images (two characters - the little girls  and one landscape ) to complete this scene.

Card Details;
Stamps: Make it Crafty; Sitting Jane, Forest Flowers, Summer Dream
Technique: merging digital images, heat embossing
Medium: Prismacolor Markers
Die Cuts: Spellbinders Nestabilities: inverted circles,  beaded circles(the one with the button on it); Marianne Designs Creatables 'Frame Swirl', Stampin Up's 'Beautiful Wings'
Punches: Martha Stewart's scary branches, double edged punch;
Flower: handmade using various punches - EK Success  1" and 1/ their  1/2' Retro flower punches and Friskas Daisy punch
Other: Yellow Button from my Mother's button box - I love using her old button's, it brings back memories of her:)

Challenges Entered:
  Make it colourful(Make it Crafty's challenge blog):Merge stamps  - I used three
The Crafty Pad Challenge #129 Lots of Texture
Stamps R Us: through the garden gate
Lollipop Crafts:  Special Summer Challenge anything goes
One Stitch at a Time: challenge #70 - anything goes
Allsorts: week 111 Free and Easy


  1. This is beautiful and your coloring is just perfect! What an adorable image you have chosen as well! Thank you so much for playing with us this week at The Crafty Pad.

  2. Wow, this is stunning! Gorgeous coloring. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Stamps R Us.

  3. Gorgeous Glenda it's just gorgeous! You did a perfect job of merging three images, congratulations. I love the inverted scallop circle you used, just pops everything!

  4. How clever, it's a gorgeous card. Love how the little girl is sat on the toadstool. Love Sandra x

  5. Very clever and so cheerful too thanks for sharing with us all here at OSAAT.

  6. Thank you for joining The Crafty Pad this week in LETS SEE LOTS OF TEXTURE challenge!

    Your creations is stunning.:)


  7. Oh Glenda it makes me so happy to read that creating a scene with digi stamps was new to you! You have done a fabulous job and it does indeed look Mystical, I love how you sat 'Sitting Jane' on the little mushroom! Thanks so much for joining the celebrations at Make it Crafty. Hugs xo