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Congrats to Cheryl, the newest Featured Stamper (FS640) on Splitcoast! She’s an avid scrapper & I admit, I know next to nothing about scrapping. Sooooo, I picked her Father’s Day layout to case. I kept the Father’s Day theme & used a frame collage that reminded me of a scrapbook layout. I used different images, colors & made mine a card.

This collection of frames gave me a lot of options to use a bunch of images or partial images & fill it in. Rather than mask the frames & stamp inside, I chose to cut out the centers of the frames. I knew I wanted the golfer kind of in & out of the frame so it was easier to do this by cutting out the insides of the frames. After coloring all the images, I arranged them inside the frames & stamped the greeting underneath. I had to cut around parts of  the golfer to fit him inside & outside the frame. 

Here’s the inside & below it are the Copics I used.
 
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Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs: Wooden Frame Collection, Golfer Duff, Golf BagGolfEverything Golf BgFather’s Day sm.( inside: Ain’t Got That Swing )
Paper: Staples 110# white, X-Press It, dk green
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Accessories: Rubbernecker Rectangle Stitch dies, Copic markers

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There are some really beautiful photos on today’s Inspiration Challenge site! After much consideration, I chose THIS picture for my inspiration. It reminded me of this 2 step watercolor image I had & also because I actually have some photos of that same tree. We visited there a while back & it was a little sad to hear that part of that tree was damaged in a storm recently.

My card is pretty simple..I scribbled some water based Tombow Markers onto the solid ground part of the image, misted & stamped onto a textured watercolor paper. I did the same to the tree & little grasses. I used my Misti to stamp each of these several times so I could get a good variance of color on the images. Then I added a couple of frames w/ ovals die cut out of the center & four die cut photo corners.

Here’s the inside & the markers I used.

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Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Gentle Breeze  (inside: Birthday Wishes )
Paper:  watercolor, jungle green, rust
Ink:  (inside:Versaclair nocturne)
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Rectangle Stitch, Oval Stitch dies, Misti, Tombow Markers

 

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For today’s Ways to Use It Challenge (WT735), we are to have grass on our cards..hand drawn, die cut, stamped..doesn’t matter. That’s pretty easy! All my grass was drawn in w/ Copics.

In fact, there’s only 1 image on this CAS card. The gnome w/ the partial tree. I added all the grass, bushes, sky & leaves w/ Copics. This little guy really looks like he’s sorting things out, doesn’t he? My theory is he’s thinking over ways to add a new room onto his tree house. I put together the greeting from 2 different ones, then added the die cut G at the beginning. The edges of the card front were trimmed w/ a corner rounder to match the rounded rectangle die cut of the panel.

Here’s the inside & below it are the Copics I used.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: DRS Designs: Tree Home Gnome, Wonderful Day Gnome, Sweet Valentines  (inside: Ladybug Toadstool)
Paper: Staples 110# white, X-Press It
Ink:Memento tuxedo black
Accessories: Copic Sketch Markers, Rubbernecker Rounded Corner Rectangle Stitch, Alphabet Upper Case dies, MISTI

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