Saturday, February 26, 2011
"When it is 105 degrees in the shade, I don't care what the neighbors say."
Isn't Mowlene a hoot? LOL When I saw this stamp, I wanted to have a little scene with a window and some grass. I pulled out a Four Pane Window A2 Card and then I stamped Mowlene and colored her with Copic markers before cutting her out. I wanted to have some "grass" for her to mow, so I pulled out my scissors and just started cutting. I crimped some yellow paper and adhered it to the inside of this die cut window card so they look like mini blinds. The "stucco" look of the house comes from stamping Holly's Tattered Background on the card base.
Think of all the fun scenes you can make with this window card. I've made tons of different cards - snowy winter scenes, soft pastel springy scenes, warm fall scenes with leaves everywhere, and now a "scorching" summer scene. LOL What a versatile die cut card for any season! :-)
Die Cut: Four Pane Window A2 Card from Creative Cuts and More
Stamps: Mowlene & Holly's Tattered Background (I Brake for Stamps)
Ink: Aqua (Adirondack), Tuxedo Black Memento, Old Paper distress
CS: white, Garden Green
Other: butterfly punch, crimper, Martha Stewart fringe scissors, silver pearls, Copic markers