Welcome to Freshly Made Sketches #434!
Do you have favorite dies that you go back to again and again? The Poppystamps Boddington Tree Border die is one of mine. I love it's clean and modern lines and thought it would be a nice fit for this great sketch from Linda Callahan.
A rectangle stencil is used to ink the blue sky and then the green grass panels first before adhering a five tree portion of the die cut. A few of the tree sections are removed to let the blue sky peek through and a Hero Arts To Seize of Not To Seize sentiment added to finish this card.
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Beautiful use of that die and I love the colors on the scene.ReplyDelete
I love your clever use of the sketch! The inked rectangles are a perfect backdrop for that fabulous die. A pretty card, Jacquie!ReplyDelete
OK I think I need this die cut! Absolutely gorgeous! Love how you made the rectangles the sky and the grass!ReplyDelete
This is a perfect die to use over and over, especially with this sketch -- wonderful, Jacquie!ReplyDelete
What a fun use of this sketch! I love the scene you created with those fabulous trees!ReplyDelete
Love the trees! I like how you left some sections in, but others out--creates interest!!ReplyDelete
Oh those trees! Those beautiful white trees! They are so sweet! Love those stencilled rectangles as well! So pretty!ReplyDelete