Sunday, 21 October 2012

Majestic Mountains at Craft a scene

It is the third Sunday of the month and time for my first DT card for Craft a scene - how exciting! This month's theme is Majestic Mountains, and for my card I have created a scene with Hobby Art and Inkylicious stamps. I used Distress inks and distress markers to colour it. The 'berries' on the twigs at the bottom are copper tulip paint.
Pop over to the challenge blog where you will find lots of wonderful inspiration.Why not have a go at creating a scene with us this month?
As you read this I should be on my way back from Doncaster after a shopping trip to Stamp Magic at the Dome. Will share my goodies with you later! Thanks for looking!

13 comments:

  1. Great scene Sal and lovely to have you on the team.

    B x

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  2. Beautiful scene Sally the colours are wonderful! Congrats on your new DT spot:)
    Val x

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  3. a gorgeous Autumnal scene ... could just go off for a walk lol... great nest re the DT
    Lisa x

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  4. What a gorgeous scene,love it.xxx

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  5. This is a beautiful scene, Sally. I like how you put it together - I'm pretty hopeless at that! Of course I love the owl in the image!

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  6. Fabulous Sally! Love how you've put the scene together.

    Hope you had a lovely day!
    xx

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  7. The stone wall is a beauty & I love your placing of the Raptor echoing the "V" of the valley with his wings. Gloriously coloured - the Beacons are those colours & the berries are a gorgeous touch.
    Hope you've had a lovely time.
    Paula (PEP)

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  8. It's a lovely scene, Sally. I love the grasses.
    I've been hearing all about Doncaster from Lynne. I bet you are all having a great time. Can't wait to see your new stash.
    Have fun.
    hugs Lisax

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  9. What a great scene, and love the colours. Gorgeous card.

    Liz x

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  10. Beautiful scenery and your colors are spectacular :)

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  11. Hi Sal saw this one on here and the craft a scene blog and do love it, the foreground stamp is particularly effective.
    I came across those especially to thank you for commenting on my post - felt a little uneasy about saying it - but as Maggie C. said on the post below it has gotten so out out of hand, God bless you and thanks for being a wodnerful encourager.
    Oh and candy @ my blog for you and all such wodnerful encouragers to enter on 1.11.12 :D all being well, Shaz in Oz.xx

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