Wednesday, October 7, 2015

WCMD continues.............

I really am trying to get all 10 challenges at StampNation done... two more done

Challenge #6  Australia - Aboriginal Art

I started by stamping the dragonflies in black ink onto the blue card.  Then overstamped with a Hero Arts background in white pigment ink.  The sentiment is from Kaisercraft.  The die cut dragonfly was cut from dotted vellum.

Challenge # 7 Malaysia - Batik


I was inspired by a pink floral batik in the inspiration board.  So created my own batik.  I clear embossed the Inkadinkado flourish and added some flowers from Eva's Favourite flowers by Winnie & Walter.  I then used Picked Raspberry to cover the entire background.  I used some Zig markers to colour the flowers.  I stamped the dots in white ink but it faded into the background, so I used a Signo white gel pen and coloured over them.  Add a few single dots here and there.   I decided to do a hidden sentiment by using the Winnie and Walter Happy die and adding it to a layer of 4 other die cut.    Adding this to Winnie & Walter's watercolour challenge with Vanessa. 

Only two more challenges to go  - just a few more days to do so. 

6 comments:

Dotty Jo x said...

Two beautiful cards, Dawn, Jo x

Maxine D said...

What a lovely pair of cards Dawn - you way of interpreting the challenges is wonderful
Blessings
Maxine

Greta said...

Love the dotted vellum wings & the picked raspberry card is gorgeous! You nailed the challenges, Dawn!

Vanessa said...

Wow, Dawn, these are so beautiful! I love both cards! Thank you for joining me at Winnie & Walter ♥

Barb Ghig said...

More beautiful backgrounds, Dawn! Love both cards, especially the fabulous sentiment on the first one! Great job on the challenges!

Monika Reeck said...

wooww I really love the first one great white stamped there woow wowww its a great HA background Dawn and the vellum Dragonfly is so sweettt..
the second one ooh ooh I love Batik Dawn
its come from Indonesia and its popular in Java and Bali
if you have time to visit my country you can buy batik there and not so expensive Dawn
your batik looks like a real one wow
and that hiding sentiment is clever
I did not see it hehe
hugs, Monika