The Alphabet Challenge – ‘Anniversary’

Hello. A new start to the alphabet for the new challenge at The Alphabet Challenge. Billie A has chosen the theme of ‘Anniversary’. Here is my card:

I decided to use some Clearly Besotted stamp sets to create this scene as most of them are sat on my desk having been delivered from their March 2021 release.

The background mountain and hillside was stamped directly onto the card base, and the other images stamped onto Make It colour blending card. No dies come with Clearly Besotted stamp sets – a money saver to be sure – so after I had coloured these with Copics – I used my Scan-n-cut to cut them all out with a little border.

I played with the layout, and only after doing that did I decide not to colour the background scene, I think it would have looked too busy, and I was going for a more clean and simple look.

The sentiment is from an Altenew stamp set, and the finishing details were white gel pen for some highlights, and glossy accents onto the hearts.

I’d love it if you could come and join us for this challenge with your ‘Anniversary’ creations – see you there. xx

I shall be entering the following challenges:

QKR Stampedeanything goes

Colour Crazy Challenge – week 13 – anything goes colouring

AAA Cards – CAS two quarters – option of rainbow not taken

Stamplorations CAS ChallengeCAS anything goes – option pink and navy blue not taken

QKR

20 thoughts on “The Alphabet Challenge – ‘Anniversary’

  1. What a lovely card! I would be thrilled to receive this for our anniversary! It looks so crisp and clean and professional. Thanks for sharing this in our challenge at The Colour Crazy Challenge – Vic, DT x

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  2. The gnomes are so sweet and your card is awesome. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

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  3. Hi Lynda! What a great CAS card design! I often forget that I can use stamps without having to color them in and this card is a master class on how to use the technique! What a great job! Take care and have a great weekend!
    Rachelle : )

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