Friday, December 28, 2018

A Winters Scene.

This was a card that I created for The  Doc to send to his cousin.  I designed a little scene and painted using my new Water Colour Paints (Caran d'Ache Gouache Studio) that I got from the NEC this year.  I used an offcut of watercolour  smooth card  115 lb. and masked all round the edges. The trees (on the hills), house and stag are stamps from a Hobby Art  'Winter Scene-its' set CS007D.
 The trees and fence in the foreground  are an Inkylicious stamp called 'Winter Walk'. Once it had dried I removed the masking and adhered to brown cardstock to make the base card.  I then generated the Greetings sentiment in word (the last part has been blanked off  for this post as it is the name of my village.) and printed out on white card stock. I cut the Frame work using my  Presscut stitched rectangles die cut set so that it would include the greeting across the top.   Below is the  card showing the frame surround  added.
 I must say it made a nice diversion from stamping all those darn ducks out!

Entering this card into the following challenges:
Through The Craftroom Door # Anything goes.
Crafting By Designs # Holiday /anything goes.
Crafty Creations #381 Anything goes.
Crafty Gals Corner  #181 Anything goes.
Double 'D' Challenge # Let it snow.
C.R.A.F.T. Challenge #495 Anything goes.
Cute Card Thursday #562 Anything goes.
Fashionable Stamping #142 Winter.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #342  Use your snippets (water colour card).


Kath said...

This is a fabulous card Mrs A - you've created a beautiful winter scene.
Kath x

Sandra H said...

Lol let’s hope those ducks are long gone by now-this is a beautiful card love the winter snowy scene beautifully paint Ed with the water colours used xx

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A stunning winter scene Valery Anne, I'm sure that Doc's cousin loved this card.

Sue xx

Lia said...

Oh wow! This is really 'my kind of stuff'!! I LOVE your card.
I wish you all the best for 2019 with lots of creative fun,
Lia xx

Sue - said...

Fabulous scene card Mrs A!

Chris said...

Beautiful card,such a lovely tranquil wintery scene...
not a duck in sight ..

Brenda in IN said...

This is a beautiful scene. Peaceful and clean, unblemished snow. The sky is fantastic. I'm missing the ducks, but this is pretty too! Thanks for the jokes. I loved the one about what rhymes with orange. That just cracked me up. Wishing you and Doc a happy and healthy New Year, sans ducks.

Viv said...

Just wonderful! Lovely scene and great watercolours! x

Jackie T said...

Wow Mrs A this is a stunning card I love the scene you have created. I hope you have a wonderful New Year. Take care. Hugs Jackie

terrie said...

Just lovely...the scene is so peaceful to look at....well done and tfs

Liz said...

A beautiful, tranquil scene, Mrs A. xx

Glennis F said...

Such a lovely scene, how clever of you

Darlene said...

WOW! Absolutely beautiful scene Valery! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Let It Snow’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.

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Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

You have painted a fabulous scenery with your new watercolours, and the stamps you compliment so well the landscape!! Such fabulous place, sweet and peaceful! It looks well so framed!

Kathleen said...

A gorgeous card, super background and lovely images, great watercoloring too.

Kath x

Sally H said...

A wonderful Scene, Mrs A! I love it! I am sure it was very well received. Hope you had a great Christmas xxx

Mrs.B said...

Hi Mrs A, you've really created a beautiful winter scene on this card, and the fence stamping really adds a depth to it.
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and my Best Wishes for the New Year.
Avril xx
p.s. Thanks for sharing this over at Fashionable Stamping. x

Aquarius said...

Beautiful Wintry scene - Hobby Art stamps are great for this kind of card and as you say making this was a change from ducks!!. Happy New Year.

Carol L said...

The painted and stamped scene is gorgeous and I love the framework that adds such a professional look to it! Surely a gift to be treasured through the years! Happy New year sweet friend, may it be one of your best yet!

Di said...

What a lovely card for Keith's cousin - the scene you created is just beautiful. You could have left the village name in 'cos i knows where you live :)

Happy New Year!


Di xx

Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw said...

Great scenic card! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafty Gals Corner Challenges this week. Be sure to join us next time too!
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Mia said...

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS winter scene, Valery. Happy New Year, my friend.

LesleyG said...

that is a wonderful scene you have created, it deserves to be framed xxx

Leslie Miller said...

A sweet, cozy, lovely pastoral scene! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Double D!

Judy Woodland said...

What a beautiful winter scene, and adding the deer is genius~ Great take on the Mood Board, thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Double D Let It Snow Challenge. Hope we see you back again soon!!
Judy~ DD DT
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Yvonne Garner said...

A wintry scene, perfect for our challenge at Fashionable Stamping Challenge! Thanks for sharing!

Craftychris said...

Ooh I love this beautiful scene - fabulous watercoloring! Hugs xxx

Judy Markowitz said...

What a beautiful project! I love it! Thank you so much for joining us in our challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to seeing you again next challenge.

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Anna-Karin said...

Great card! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations. Anna-Karin DT