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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Oval window




 I have a lovely Madison window die - but it has decided to go into hiding - or maybe it is in the witness protection program.  So I cut a "window" with the oval nestie, and added a scalloped border on the outside - not really too visible on the screen.  (and the mysterious blotches have reappeared.  I need to do some serious checking on that.)  Coloring is by Pastel chalk pencils, and the sentiment from my computer.  DP is Paper Studio.Sketch:  http://sketchsaturday.blogspot.com/
Sentiment:  http://sketchsaturday.blogspot.com/
Any:  http://stampedblessings.com/amusing-challenge/
Pencils:  http://www.beccysplace.com/
 Holiday:  http://corrosivechallengesbyjanet.blogspot.com/

4 comments:

  1. Your focal image is displayed nicely in the border you chose - and I really like the texture of the gold star - nicely done!
    I was thinking about your splotches [which I didn't notice till you mentioned it] - are you photographing it or scanning? Either way, could your lens or the glass plate in the scanner be dirty?? Because it appears translucent I am thinking maybe fingerprints? Good luck Dorothy! Thanks for sharing your project in the “Any Sentiment” Challenge.
    ~ginny, DT for Aud Sentiments
    RubberMAD (GettyCollection.com)

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  2. Sorry you couldn't find your window die Dorothy... if you're anything like me you've put it in a nice safe place. So safe it will be missing for the next couple of months! Anyway, I think your card looks great with the oval window. The simple shape works really well with the lovely image. I've seen a few Mary and Joseph stamps in this style and I always think of stained glass windows. Great job!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  3. Wonderful card Dorothy. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sketch Saturday! ~Deb

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  4. Pretty card !
    Thanks for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge Blog !

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