Monday, February 5, 2018

Love - H2H "Sketch" Feb 2018 Wk#1

At a Craft Show a couple months ago I saw window boxes that had beautiful three dimensional pictures made from layers and layers of the same image and wanted to try this technique.  Perfect for this technique was The Outlawz Progressive Challenge for Beccy's Place "Wild Rose", a freebie image for the month of February.

Printed several copies of the pre-colored image, cut one of them with a scalloped circle die and fussy cut many different flowers and leaves for layering. The number of layers depended upon how I perceived each flower and leaf in the foreground or background.






The DT project for this week at Heart2Heart is a "Sketch Challenge" of your choice.  I chose to use a pattern from Make It From Your Heart - Vol 4, Pattern 23, a CAS sketch, that showed off my "Wild Rose".  You have all month to create and submit. Check out each of the future February challenges and earn a badge for Perfect Attendance if you create a card for each weekly theme during that month.

Chose a pink watercolored design paper for my background, added the zip strips, adhered the "Wild Rose" floral with thin 3D thin foam and shadowed the back using Charcoal cardstock. Die cut a bow and sentiment, layered and adhered to card.  


One of the cuts from the image was added to the corner of the inside of the card.  

CTMH Products Unless Specified Otherwise:
Design Paper
     Paper Fundamentals - Adventure "Blossom"
     Chelsea Gardens - Zip Strips
Cardstock
     White Daisy and Charcoal
Image
     Beccy's Place "Wild Rose" Precolored
Dies
     Pretty Pink Posh "Twine and Bows"
     Pretty Pink Posh "Scalloped Stitched Circle" 
     Peachy Cheap "Words" 
Other 
     3D Thin Foam Tape 

Had so much fun experimenting with paper layering and didn't use a tutorial just observation from a Craft Show I attended and what beautiful pieces were created in large frames.  Still curious what they call this technique, today I went to YouTube and found this Dimensional Paper Layering Art tutorial...so my next project is to find a roadrunner photo or design paper and start my fussy-cutting and layering but in a frame.  


8 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a lot of patience this technique would take,but the results are spectacular! It reminds me of paper tole art in some ways. You've shown skill in colouring in your images, too! Thanks for joining us, Sue, at As You See It Challenge.

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  2. This design is stunning. I love how the flowers just pop off of the card base. Thank you for playing along this week at Tic Tac Toe challenge.

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  3. What a very pretty colour combination. I like the shadowy grey scallop in behind. Of course, your very patiently crafted layered bouquet is the absolute showpiece. It definitely reminds me of paper tole, which I'd never considered for card making before. Thanks for joining us at As You See It this week.

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  4. LOVE this card...soooooo pretty with all the layers!

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  5. This card is really really gorgeous!! I LOVE the 3D flowers!!!
    Thanks for being a part of the Brown Sugar challenge.
    BettaScrap DT
    Kissssssssssssssssssssss

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  6. So very pretty! Those flowers are amazing!! Great card!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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  7. What a gorgeous creation! Love the dimension you created with the flowers!! Great take on the AYSI sketch; thanks for playing!

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  8. I luv this, those flowers are gorgeous! I am so glad you played along with the
    as you see it!


    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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