Hello and welcome! Today we are making Occasion cards at The Watercooler Wednesday Challenge and Marsha is our hostess.
I wanted to create a 3D village scene by incorporating a fussy cut \”peek-a-boo\”window on my card. I started by stamping two card panels:
- In the center, a bit toward the top of one panel I stamped the longer street scene (inside the window pane).
- On a second panel I stamped the \”Open\” shop on the far left and the cafe on the far right.
- Next, I Copic colored the scene. Then I die cut a small circle on the second panel and then used that opening to fussy cut the peek-a-boo window so panel #1 could \”peek\” through panel #2.
- I assembled the card using foam tape so the scene would have dimension.
This card is for my sister. Linda loves to travel to Europe so I used their charming villages for my color inspiration.
Art Impressions: Shoppes stamp
The Greetery Crimped Frame Die
Heat Embossed Birthday sentiment
I am also playing along at:
Art Impressions \”All Layered Up\” Challenge. I used layers to simulate a 3D village scene.
Inspired By\”Sitting Pretty Challenge\” I was inspired by those gorgeous colors that remind me of the beautiful European villages.
I am so pleased that you stopped by!