Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Adventures Await



It's the first Wednesday of March and that means it's time for a new Scrapy Land Challenge.  The theme for the first Wednesday is always Anything Goes using any brand of die that Scrapy Land sells.

Today I used several dies, all from Die-Versions, to create my little poster.  Here are the dies I used:


Die-Versions: Reading Tree
Die-Versions: A Little Lime font
Die-Versions: Bricks Background

I started out by die cutting the Reading Tree die set and the Bricks Background from black cardstock.  I added a bit of bling to the tree using glitter from Sparkle N Sprinkle: Jasper Blue for the birds and the bow in the little girl's hair and Lator Gator for the leaves starting to come out.

For the Bricks Background, I first heat embossed Winter Berry embossing powder on top of the black cardstock and then randomly sprinkled White Spark embossing powder on top of the Winter Berry.  This gave it a two toned look.

The dies were then adhered to a piece of red cardstock.  The color was a little too bright, plus I wanted variations of color here as well.  So I used the Direct to Paper technique and added Fired Brick Distress Ink to the red cardstock.  The color variation is subtle, but in person it's more noticeable.

I found some books clipart on the computer and printed it on white cardstock.  I then adhered the focal panel and the message onto the digi paper I created.

My not-so-subtle message about how reading is fun was created using white cardstock and A Little Lime font.  I left these white as I really wanted the letters to stand out.

Now it's your turn to come play with us.  You have until March 12 to upload your project to the Scrapy Land Challenge.  The winner is chosen by the design team and will receive a $15 gift certificate to go shopping at Scrapy Land.

I'm entering this in the following challenge: Simon Says Stamp: Based On a Book


14 comments:

Shona Erlenborn said...

Very creative Anne! Love your little outdoor scene and library! The bricked wall is awesome.

Samra Leshinski said...

Wonderful make Anne!
Hugs
Samra
Paper Talk with Samra

Lori Kobular said...

Awesome card Anne! I love the brick wall you created and the kids with their books die is perfect with your library!

Lisa said...

As a writer and an avid reader, this poster speaks to my heart, Anne!! I absolutely love it!! The brick wall looks amazing!! I love the bookcases!! This is spectacular!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Maryvonne COUSSE said...

Awesome ! Love yo dies and the library !
Hugs
Maryvonne

jimlynn said...

So creative! Love that brick wall and the library. Great poster!
Lynn

Olenkaja said...

Oh, this is so stunning!! I love the thema of card and dies you used!! What a gorgeous card this is!! I love, love it!! Hugs Ola :)

Donna Ellis said...

What an appropriate card, knowing that you have been busy doing just that today! I thoroughly enjoy reading and always have two books going at one time. Your card is beautiful in both art and message! Hugs, de

Patricia Chalas said...

So creative!
that brick wall is just perfect!

Nana Connie said...

Magnificent, Anne! Such an incredible scene made from all those different die cuts. Love the sparkle and DP.

Kath Stewart said...

fabulous project Anne and great take on the challenge....thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge....kath xxx

Lena's Creations said...

What a wonderful poster. Great scene. I would go sit under that tree and read a book :-) Love it! Hugs ~ Lena

Shelly Schmidt said...

So awesome! I love the brick wall with the kids under the tree in front of it. Love how you put this all together!

Sara Barker said...

Very creative! I love how you've done the brick wall, and it's perfect to set off that sweet Reading Tree die cut! Hugs!