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Across town

These little houses and trees came from the Concord & 9th ‘City Stacks’ set. I love the possibilities with this set. You can stamp a simple single house or a detailed layered scene. I decided to line my images in one long line extending across the front and back of the my card.

I stamped in versafine clair nocturne ink and did all my colouring with polychromos pencils. I used the co-ordinating dies to create masks to make the stamping easier when tucking those trees in amongst the houses. I also die-cut a cloud edge from cardstock as a guide for my pale blue pencil coloured clouds. I have a class coming up in September where we will be watercolouring these cute stamps to create some city scenes. Check it out on my Upcoming classes page.

Supplies

Stamps: City Stacks (Concord & 9th)

Dies: City Stacks die set (Concord & 9th)

Paper: hot pressed watercolour paper, masking paper
 
Ink: versafine clair nocturne

Pencils: Faber Castell polychromos

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5 Comments on “Across town”

  1. creatingincolors says:

    What a delightful card!

  2. memalagene says:

    Awesome card, I love how the town goes across the back of the card!

  3. Karen Jackson says:

    I really like the idea of having the ‘ road ‘ on the back of the card continuing onto the front. What a friendly looking town.

  4. Shauna Todd says:

    Very clever and fun, Heather! Love the card!

  5. Pat says:

    What a beautifully designed card Heather and how great to have it right the way round the card. I love the pencil colouring. Gorgeous! These will work beautifully for your workshop too. x


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