We are getting our feet wet over at Quixotic Paperie this week! The challenge is:
Make A Splash
Create a make featuring a water theme in some way, so boats, scenes, pirates are all the thing this week.
Here is my DT make for the challenge and I went for a paper pieced scene using the yummy Crate Paper Brook kit with a little bit of Paper Doll thrown in!
I’ve inked around the edges of the paper to add dimension. The lighthouse and boat from the Paper Make-Up Sailing By set are stamped on the same papers then coloured them with a light touch of my PrismaColor Pencils.
Well I do hope you are going to sail away with us on this week’s challenge!
Stamps – Paper Make-Up Stamps Sailing By Stamp set
Ink – VersaColor various colours
Colouring – PrismaColor Pencils; Sansodor
Paper – Crate Paper Brook and a touch of Paper Doll
Usual Suspects – Paper trimmer; Silicone glue; Scissors
Other – Sewing machine
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What a cool scene, Kim! Love it ;D
This is a very cute card
KIM! This is adorable!!!!!! I love it!
This is GORGEOUS, Kim! Love your paper piecing–they colors and layering are fabulous!
Gorgeous card Kim, love it.
OMG Kim this is delightful.
Love the outdoor feel to this one. Not to mention the perfect stitching.
This is one fantastic creation! Wow!
This scene it totally FANtastic! The details in your stitching with such vibrant colors…LOVE THIS!
Gorgeous card, great colours! I love your stitching.
Love the colours you have used and very nice composistion too!
Congrats on the Front cover of paper craft (lol) still the cover to me hun well done
love Dawn xx
WOwW this is so awesome – what a great idea and the most beautiful design. You rocked this
love tasha xx
WOW Kim this is FANTASTIC, LOVE this beach scene you created….So very talented you are!!!
This is so amazing, I love all the dimention, Fantastic!
omg i love the colours here! this is just fab!
love your paper pieced scene, a fantastic card
way cool Kim! makes me want to sail away!
Pam Going Postal
WOW stunning card. love all the fine details and those images are WOW.. need to check that out!
love how you created this gorgeous scene
This is wonderful. I do layers like a landscape or seascape myself. Not often that I see it though.
Definitely one of my recent favourites from all of blogland. 🙂 LOVE it.