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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Make a Scene

Hi Guys

Now this is not me making a scene in a physical sense but in my work.  Michelle my lovely teamie on TT's has set the theme this week and it is Make a Scene.

I have chosen to use my brayer again and actually had a happy accident.  I masked off to make the sun and actually went over the edge of the post-it so I had to make the reflection.  I have brayered the sky as I would usually.  I have masked off where the land is with 2 post-its, the top one with its natural edge and another that I have torn on the sticky part and used a sponge dauber to do the grass.

I did the reflection of the sun by just rubbing my dauber in horizontal lines down the page and then brayered the water over the top.  I have stamped and masked my Trendy Trees on the 'land' and 'Bambi' from Forest Friends.  To get the 'reflection' I stamped my image on the back of (smooth side) of my Stamp a ma jig imaging sheet and then placed it on my image where I wanted it ink side down and rubbed the ink onto my image and tadah you have a reflection.

I hope you like and until next time

Happy Crafting

Emma xx


  1. Hi Emma Its beautiful, love the reflection.
    hugs chris xx

  2. Great card Emma - love it

  3. This is Fab Emma, very clever way of doing the reflection and it works so well, love Sara xx

  4. Love this card Emma and the fabulous techniques that you've used. Very clever!

  5. I just love this card. Its fantastic
    Hugs rozzy xx

  6. Smashin scene me ducks! You gonna have to show me how to do that reflection lark. Looking forward to seeing you on friday
    x Michelle

  7. Great brayering and I love the bunch of bunnies all looking on. Fab scene.

    Sara xx


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