Hello crafty friends! It's Amanda from @CaveWitchCrafts. I’m so excited to share with you a card I made inspired by the very first TLCDesigns Monthly Challenge!
Anything Goes June is the first challenge along with a fun color board to help the inspiration start flowing! The colors coordinate with digital paper from Sea Scene, Watercolor Naturals, Krafty & Sweet, and Perfectly Precious paper packs.
The challenge starts on the 15th of every month and ends on the 14th of the next month.To participate you must use at least one product from the TLCDesigns Shop. If you don’t have any product yet, no problem! There are some adorable freebies available at the shop as well!
The winner will receive a prize of $5 to the TLC Designs Shop as well as a free Digi of your choosing! To enter your projects please upload a photo in the TLC Designs Creative Sharing Group challenge folder or use the hashtag #TLCDesignsChallenge on Instagram! I hope you’ll join us for the fun, and I can’t wait to see what everyone makes!
To make this scene, I started by stamping images from sets Turtle-icious, Troll Cricket Fun, Alicorn Happiness, and Toga's and Bubbles using black ink. Then, I colored and fussy cut the images out. With a white gel pen and glitter pen, I added some accents for finishing touches.
Next, I cut out panels measuring at 4x6 on white cardstock. Leaving one panel uncut for the sky, I used my Land and Sea dies to cut out some mushroom hills and grass. I colored the mushrooms using alcohol markers, and inked the hill in blue to make it a body of water. To ink the sky, I used light blue ink and a cloud stencil from my stash. Then I inked the grass using some greens. To add more interest to the scene, I splattered the panels using some watered down acrylic white paint. I also splattered the sky with some watered down dark blue ink.
After the paint was dry, I started to put my scene together. First, using a tape runner, I attatched the mushroom panel to the sky panel. Then I repeated the step adhering the grass panel to the water.
Using a liquid glue, I added all of the images to the scene except for the sentiment and the bigger flowers. To add the sentiment, I used a mix of double-sided foam tape and scrappy tape. I added the flowers to the corners of the card using glue dots to add extra dimension. Lastly, The card was matted on black cardstock and attached to a card blank.
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