This weeks Global Design Project is a ‘Theme Challenge’ – GDP#175 and the theme is ‘Down the garden path’. To see all the projects made by the Design Team and the other entries in the GDP#175 Challenge CLICK HERE
Now I’m not much of a gardener, I pretty much tend to kill anything I try to grow. But I do like to look at lovely gardens and last year my son took my husband (his father) and myself to the National Arboretum Canberra.
While there we went and saw the National Bonsai and Penjing Collection…….it was amazing. If you are ever in Canberra it is worth the visit. And I am glad I’m not the one to look after these magnificent little gardens.
Thankfully Stampin’ Up! have a stamp that I hope I can’t kill and it doesn’t need to be watered….and reminds me of that time we spent with Hayden in Canberra.
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How have I coloured this stamp….
Instead of using just one colour on this stamp, I have used seven colours…that’s right SEVEN colours….HOW?
First off you have to use the ‘Stamparutus’ this cannot be done with out it. Why? Because you need to go back adding one colour at a time and this is what the Stamparutus allows you to do.
Secondly, I used a Sponge Dauber to add the link to the stamp.
So what colours and where…..
- Pot – Cajun Craze and Fresh Fig used to highlight the edges and bottom of the pot.
- Tree Trunk – Early Espresso
- Leaves – Old Olive, Shaded Spruce and Tranquil Tide.
- Added Gold Shimmer Paint to leaves also..(from Holiday Catalogue)
The card base is Early Espresso, a piece of Fresh Fig – embossed with the Subtle Embossing Folder and a strip of Designer Series Paper from the Nature’s Poem collection. The Stamped image was cut using the new Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies found in the Occasions Catalogue on page 28.
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