Seasonal Scene Building

May 8,2019

storm clouds brewing

The Altenew Scene building class had so many fun ideas! I decided to play with a stamp set that’s new to me. I love everything beach! Who would not want this beautiful view out of their dining room window? It’s storming here today so I was inspired to make this card!

I used the be a light house stamp set.

I started by using water color paper, my Tim Holtz stamping platform. I like to make a little L out of paper to help with placement. I also use painters’ tape to hold project. I place on a cloth to reduce stickiness and then on my project.

Then I chose an oval die out of stash and ran it thru my die cutter.

The above picture is what it looked like after die cutting and the products I am using today. I used the wink of Stella ended up redoing the card lighting the clouds and just adding it to the clouds. I liked this much better!

I love the celebration paper. The paper above my thumb is perfect wallpaper.

And again, you see the final card. Oh this card make me want to take a drive to the beach, perhaps when the storms passes…. till next time happy stamping !

2 Comments »

  1. What an awesome result, Teri!! Your stamping of the lighthouse and coastal scene are spectacular! I also love that you used an ornate background for this stamped images! It has that old-world charm! Thanks so much for entering your beautiful work in Altenew AECP assignment Gallery. I love your write-up and descriptions! Please keep up with your excellent work!

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  2. What a gorgeous card Teri!! Love the process photos and your description! The step by step photos and details are really helpful so thank you!
    Thanks for entering your beautiful work to the AECP gallery, keep it up!

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