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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Lawnscaping Challenge: Lawnscaping Patrol

Hi again!

Here is my card for the new Lawnscaping Challenge: Create a scene 

 Here are some close ups. I used a lot of pop-dots (dimensional adhesive) to create LOTS of layers and dimension.

I thought it would be cute to use a little Glossy Accents on the Ferris Wheel 'cars' so they looked all shiny and pretty.

I am so excited that the barber-shop stripes I did on the poles for the horses (on the Merry-go-round) worked out. they even look diagonal :)

I tried to choose really vibrant colours (and combos I'd never usually go for) to make it really child-like and exciting. Just how I remember our shows (or fairs) being.

The background for the card is simply the "Enjoy the ride" sentiment from the Lawn Fawn "Admit One" set, stamped repeatedly in three colours--Chewing Gum (pink), Lemon Drops (yellow) and Soap Powder (blue) --all Jenny Bowlin.

I hope you like it! I am really happy with my little scene :)

Take care and see you again soon I hope!

Linda xx


Laurel said...

Wow! I love all the detail on this card. What a fabulous scene! Love all the Fawn Fawn stamps you used and they coordinate so well together! The stripes on the poles are AWESOME! Love all the bright colors. Oh, and the text background is a nice touch! I am so glad you decided to play along with us at the Lawnscaping Challenge blog! You rocked this challenge!!! :)

Christiana said...

I LOVE this card! So fun and bright and cheerful. Instantly eye-catching. I think you knocked this one out of the park! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!

Melinda Gleissner said...

What a fun card! Saw it on Flickr & just had to take another look.

Anonymous said...

This card is awesome! Congrats on your win at Lawnscaping!

Jay Gee said...

Such a fun, cheerful card Linda - perfect use of this stamp set :)

Anonymous said...

Love, Love the colorful scene! Happy New Year, Linda!

Shay said...

Delightful card! I love the detail and the use of Admit One is awesome.