Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Sutter stinky challenge

We had a fun challenge through Sutter to create a stinky scene. I added two of my older scenes for the stinky challenge.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

The end of the winter cold

At last, the long. cold and snowy winter is finally at a close. But before the temperatures rise, I want to share my penguin scenes that I've done for various challenges and swaps this winter. The main penguin image on the left is from Coronado Island. In the next scene, the main penguins are from Lasting Impressions and the group in the distance is from the Stamping Place. The mountain and the cracked ice are from Stampscapes. The penguins in the third scene are from House Mouse with some mountains from Stampscapes.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Whale cove Lighthouse

I pulled out these scenes from a couple months ago. Both scenes use Impression Obsession's Whale Cove. The left scene uses Sutter stamps and right scene uses stamps from Stampscapes. I colored both with Adirondack dye inks on glossy paper.

Wood Fairy

This little wood fairy scene was created for a Sutter stamp only challenge. I used dye inks on glossy paper.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Watering the Garden

I may be rushing the gardening season a bit. It's time to water the garden and do some transplanting. This scene uses the stamps from the gardening sheet from Rare Image Rubber stamps. The hills in back are from Stampscapes.

Charlie is back today. They were planning to go fishing, but when they arrived at the lake they found that there was a hot air balloon rally. They parked up on the ridge to watch. The hot air balloon is from Club Scrap. I don't remember where the truck and the surrounding landscape came from. If anyone knows, please let me know so I correct this. The front landscape is from Stampscapes. Of course Charlie is from Rare Image Rubber stamps.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Sutter - Bird and water challenge

Tonight I'm going to share a scene which was done the the water/bird challenge for Sutter. All stamps are from Sutter. It was colored with Adirondack dye inks.