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In & Out of Studio 3D
Saturday, 20 August 2011
Oh Baby, Baby, Baby
Topic: Scrap Recovery

You guessed it - three baby cards. One for a boy, one for a girl, and one to be used for either. All are cut from the stamp catalog and colored with watercolor markers.

Fot the Boy card I colored up a little buggy in blue and yellow, working especially on shading. I cut it out square and rounded the corners, then combined three separate stamps to print the greeting. After layering on yellow and blue I added the little bunny - from the stamp catalog.

The baby girl card combines two images from the catalog. I colored them to match and mounted directly onto a muted rose cardstock over a yellow card base. The greeting was combined words from three stamp sets and the clothesline is drawn in with marker.

The bassinet image seemed to float in the grey area of cardstock so I added a horizontal line, which helps. I used a repeating word stamp from a See-D's set and stamped repeatedly to fill the upper right corner. After mounting on a pale yellow card base I added the other bunny from the stamp catalog.

Ddd

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 6:00 AM PDT

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