Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Bright and Cheerful


Hi all and welcome to another week on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Thank you for joining us for the Frame It Challenge and we hope you will all join us again this week too.
This week the challenge is

Bright And Cheerful 

We are showcasing Hero Arts Products this week. You don't have to use them to join in but if you have some we would love to see them used
The lovely folks over at Simon Says Stamp are generously giving away a FABULOUS $50 voucher to shop at the  Simon Says Stamp Store! All you have to do is take out your crafty supplies, make something following this week’s prompt, and add a link in the Inlinkz at the bottom of this post! You can join 5 times so you could have 5 chances to win! How AWESOME is that!! All winners are chosen randomly, so everyone has an equal chance to win! Woo Hoo!! Good Luck to everyone! The Design Team is looking forward to seeing your bright and cheerful makes and will pop around to visit you ASAP!

I had this idea for a card using Hero Arts Welcome Neighbor, it didn't quite turn out as it looked inside my head but it did turn out well.

First of all I cheated I couldn't be asked to mask and stamp usually it goes wrong when I'm nearly done so instead I stamped all the different house, colour in using Prismacolors and then fussy cut all of them. It was easy to fussy cut since they were basically simple straight lines but if you prefer there are dies.

I then layered them to where it was pleasing to the eye and no white spaces in between. Once I was happy I stuck then down and used the Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles. The sentiment and clouds are all from the Hero Arts stamp set and just a bit of coloured card to finish off.

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Marge said...

Wonderful!! I love the cluster of houses you've made, Debbby! Your pencil coloring is so soft and pretty! Great inspiration. TFS♡


Tracy Freeman said...

Love your design on this Debby really different and fun too xx

Lorraine A said...

Fabulous card Debby!! I am not sure I would have fussy cut all of those houses, it is definitely a labour of love, I would get the dies to match ;-) The soft colours and fairly simple design are absolutely gorgeous!! LOVE it :-)

Lols x x x

Pat said...

I love the collection of houses and your arrangement is great, and as you say being straight edges the cutting is not too onerous. A very pretty card. x

Lin said...

Love this sweet little village, Debby, and the softer colors are so pleasing!

Dotty Jo said...

Looks gorgeous, Jo x

Sandra H said...

So beautiful x

Misty Elam said...

So cute. This reminds me of San Francisco. Love the house colors :)

Mandy said...

Wonderful card Debby! I love how you've placed the houses, they look fabulous together xxx

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous card, Debby! I love the color combo and how you kept it light and beautiful. It kind of reminds me of San Francisco's "painted ladies"! :) Have you ever seen those?!

Simon Says Stamp!

ankitag612 said...
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ankitag612 said...

Beautiful card Debby. Love the layering you have achieved with placement of the houses and the neutral tones to the houses gives them such a realistic touch! Thanks for the inspiration. xx Ankita

Fikreta said...

It's wonderful card!

Paper Pawz by Kim Hamilton said...

Love this Debby, it makes me think of Newfoundland Canada! Brings me back to my visit there :)