Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Artistic Projects - Nature's Beauty




Today is the last Artistic Inspiration project for Innovative Stamp Creations - Nature's Beauty:

I love the background on this card - I used 3 different script type stamps, blended 3 pieces of scrap paper slightly different shades of brown and flicked on some either water or brown ink. Then I could not resist sewing around each of the pieces (I did this late at night and I may have been losing some of my marbles...)

Oh - a side view for you:



So - today is your last chance to leave a blog comment to be entered to win an Innovative Stamp Creations stamp sheet of your choice - just leave a comment on this blog post and if you like to increase your chances visit these talented ladies too:

Kathy Tucker
(you are here!)
Joanne Grzelak
Sabrina Jackson

Karen Dunbrook
Wendy Weixler

Julie Warner

Happy Creating!

KAT

The Stuff:Stamps - All Innovative Stamp Creations - Bush Flowers, Odd Findings, Butterflies, Assemblage, Friends Are Special
Inks - Distress (Ranger), Archival (Ranger)

34 comments:

Kathy Eddy said...

Love this card. The browns and the sunflowers together are awesome!

jennifer said...

really pretty, I love the butterfly and flower

Diana Winter said...

Hey KAT! Love this one. The flower is my favorite!

Vicki Wizniuk said...

Beautiful work! I wanna touch those flowers! :)

Lori said...

Yep, love the brown tones and all the scripts, my fave colors and stamps! The flowers are just gorgeous, beautiful card!

Kristen Parkins said...

Love the sewing around all the pieces! It really adds to the card. I also like the excellent blending of the inks, and the cut out daisies! Very nice card!

Kristen Parkins said...

Okay, so maybe they're sunflowers or lillies - I don't know, but they're cool!

Joanne (jojot) said...

you should be proud of this one...it is gorgeous from the scripted background of varying hues, to the dimensionality of the flowers, to the warm, rich, earthy colors...gorgeous

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Kat, girl, you have outdone yourself once again!!!! I wish I was only a tiny bit as creative as you are!! Those flowers....AWESOME!!! Hugs, Sabrina

Carole said...

This card is lovely! The use of al your stamps really is exceptional!

Anonymous said...

Kat, I love your work and sharing. Thank You
Bonnie Lacey
scotlacey@yahoo.ca

Deb (dcorder) said...

Beautiful card. I love all the textures you have. The different prints, the pop-up flowers--- WONDERFUL!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is beautiful, Kat! Love the colors and the way you divided the bg. Just fabulous!

Dawn Frost said...

Wow I think your card is amazing! I can't sew that straight during the day when I'm wide awake let alone late at night. Gorgeous card!

Becky said...

This is fabulous..Love the different scripts and that sunflower is awesome.

jovialjudi said...

Those dimensional flowers are awesome! And that script bg is the perfect choice. Beautifully done!!

Cassie_lu said...

amazing depth and card

Sandra said...

BEAUTIFUL!
Sandra

Bridgett said...

What a fabulous card. I <3 the background! The flowers are gorgeous. I could just reach out and pick them up! Wonderful card!
Angel Hugs,
Bridgett

donna said...

beautiful card and the sewing looks perfect

leenda said...

LOVE this piece of art!!

buglady said...

What a beautiful card you made out of these stamps! Love the butterfly, the flower and the background.
Aloha, Kate

Stampin_melissa said...

Wow, this card is jaw-dropping! Love everything about it!

Chrissie said...

So very creative and the background is awesome! I've only recentl started following your blog, and have yet to commnet, but your work is really amazing. Do you use ordinary paper or grunge most of the time?

Debbie K. said...

Kat, this card is just gorgeous! Love the colors you used and the 3-d effect is simply amazing....

amdiluigi said...

Absolutely stunning! I love your color palette and the flowers are just lovely.

Glenda Atkins said...

Stunning,that flower is amazing! Wonderful card.

Elizabeth said...

What a brilliant idea in combining the different script stamps - it works so well. Your work is really beautiful. (Marbles are over-rated)

Anonymous said...

Kat..awesome as always. Liz Walters

linda said...

Love the colors - earthtones and nature inspired! The dimensional flower is beautiful! thanks for sharing.

patricia smith said...

Kat, that is a wonderful card, that just calls "earthy". I so love the colors, and the layout. I just love it! Thanks for the constant inspiration!
Hugs,
Pat

Chrissie said...

i've only recently discovered your blog and have not yet had a chance to comment, but i think your art is lovely. I definitely want to try this background.

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