Friday, 3 June 2011

Stampscapes - Father's Day #1

 
It's Friday!!  WooHoo!!!!
 
I was working in Nanaimo yesterday so guess what I did??!!  Shhhh...I went to
Crafty Capers!  I grabbed the only farm stamp she had so look for that one in the future.  I also grabbed some more of the good glossy paper for working with my brayer.
The idea for this card popped into my head on the drive home.  I had picked up the sentiment stamp the other day and thought this layout would bring everything together!   Inside says  ...Happy Father's Day.  This time I used yellows and oranges but am also going to post some of the same done with other colours just to see how they turn out. 

The recipe is as follows:

Stamps used:

Stampscapes -
023A     Duck Trio
267E     Pines & Rocks
046E     Lakeside Cove

My Sentiments Exactly
Hampton Art

Inks Used:
Adirondack Dye Ink Pads - Terra Cotta, Butterscotch, Caramel
Distress Inks - Spiced Marmalade
Memento - Cantalope
Ranger Archival - Jet Black

Colorbox Stylus
Speedball Brayer
Really kewl sticky paper for the moon

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!!

Hugs,
Sheree

14 comments:

NancyD said...

Wow, super beautiful! You have such a nice collection going of the Stampscapes.

I have some news that I want to share but have to wait until Monday.

Myrna said...

Sheree
Beautiful card!!
You little enabler you!! :) I, too, "visited" Crafty Capers. Yup, you guessed it- I ordered a few stamps. (now if that postal strike doesn't drag on too long I will be getting them soon).
Myrna

Pop, Paper, Scissors said...

Another stunner. I am looking forward to a card with your new farm set.

jackid said...

I love seeing your work it amazes me I really envy you(in a nice way) but also admire you your work is stunning a mini master piece
Jacki xx

Sherri said...

Wow! The perfect Father's Day card! it's gorgeous & just the perfect choice. I'm amazed at what you can do with stamps to create mini paintings!

Dana said...

Loved this so much Sheree that when it popped up in my google reader I just had to hop over and ooh and aaah over it again! Simply gorgeous!!
Hugs~
Dana

Leslie Miller said...

We drove to Nanaimo and ate lunch one day when we were visiting Victoria. Such beautiful country. I live on the Oregon Coast. You've made a beautiful card! Oh, my... what you do with those Stampscapes!

Work said...

goodness girfriend u r the true artist.what a talent.

Gail L. said...

Wow!
That's a great card! I've been lurking lately cause I can't comment....I'll see how it goes today!

Jean said...

Wow what a beautiful scene you made with those colors. Makes you think of a warm summer evening... :)

Softpencil Studios said...

What a beautiful card! I love the colours and the gorgeous sentiment!

Thank you very much for your warm comment on my blog!!! I really appreciate your support ;)

Gigi said...

Another beautiful card - you are so talented!

Starla B. said...

Oh my goodness, this is so cool!! I've always wanted to know how to create those beautiful backgrounds...I'm so jealous! =) It's absolutely gorgeous.

Thanks for stopping by my blog; I'm glad you were able to leave a comment! =) I hope unchecking the "stay signed on" button will work for you!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there Sheree thanks for popping over to my blog becoming a follower (I have returned the compliment! :D) also on my sidebar is great YouTube video on brayering (Sandy Hulsart) and she is just awesome you may have seen it but her videos I have watched many many times .. yes brayering has loads of colour combos and they is is another favourite lady on my blog Eileen (Eileen's Crafty Zone)who is in England she is a brilliant brayer-er too her link is on my favourite blogs on the side bar. She was my very first follower as I have not been blogging long will look forward to following your work too as love what I see here!! my brayer does not get a work out as often as I would like, sadly too many other things to do!! Shaz in Oz.x