Hi, everyone. Happy you stopped by today to check out my blog post. I am showcasing a new release stamp from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps. This one is called "Campsite". A perfect image for someone that loves the outdoors and camping.
I stamped my image on my card stock using my Tonic stamp positioner. I did restamp a couple of times to get a nice and clear print. I used my Copic Markers to color the image. The sky was made using my Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil and a turquoise ink pad. I added a creek on this card. If you notice the second card, it does not have a creek. I love how you can use the same stamp different ways.
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More fabulous colouring and cards. Great work Shirley.ReplyDelete
These are both fabulous scenes you created and colored, love them.ReplyDelete
That is a cute scene and reminds me of when I was a kid and some of us girls used to go camping. We did not have a tent but Dad let us borrow his pickup and we slept in the bed of the truck. But we did build our own campfire and cook meals. And no bears in our area but I do remember getting caught in a strong thunder storm. That made us scramble to head for higher ground as we camped by the river.ReplyDelete
Well done adding the creek, it looks like it should be there! This is such a wonderful stamp and I really like how you showed it used two ways!ReplyDelete
Fabulous showcasing of the stamped camping image and love the addition of the cute bear on card number two x.ReplyDelete
Wow, Shirley, both of these look fantastic! I loved camping and used to take my kids, we did camp near a creek, but we never encountered a bear!! What a great creative move that was!! Super cards!ReplyDelete
These are both stunning, I love bears so the second one is my favorite. Hope all is well with you!ReplyDelete
Two FABulous cards.ReplyDelete
I LOve your colours and the different scenes you've created.
Fabulous colouring and a great stamp!ReplyDelete