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Splitcoaststampers Dare to Get Dirty Day 5

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Today day five of the Splitcoaststampers Dare To Get Dirty week long challenge event. This event is a special thank you to all of the fan club members who support the site all year long. Have you had a desire to be on the Dirty Dozen design team? This special week of challenges will give you tons of opportunity to be inspired and to show off your wonderful and creative projects right along with the current Dirty Dozen team as well as the team alumni members.  Are you a member of the Splitcoaststampers Fan Club? If not go here to check out all the benefits of being a member. If you are a member hop right on over the special challenge forum here.

My project is today was made for Bev’s DTGD13BevMom challenge with the Cottage Cutz Rustic Sign and Trees paired with the Memory Box Leaping Deer.  The frame was made using Spellbinders Grand Squares.

KC Memory Box Leaping Deer 4 left

I started by cutting out several of both sized trees.  I used the negative of one of the cut trees to create the silhouette trees in the background.  I held the negative firmly in place on glossy white cardstock and sponged ink to fill in the opening using my Color Box stylus and foam tip. I moved the negative around and added a few darker silhouette trees in the foreground and several lighter trees to appear in the distance. Here are a few step by steps to show sponging in the trees using the negative.

 

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I attached the tree scene to the card base and attached the double mounted frame over the scene with mounting tape.  The frame was made using shimmer cardstock sponged with gray ink to give the appearance of silver.

KC Memory Box LEaping Deer 4 center

I attached the three front trees to the frame first but left the tops unattached so I could tuck my two additional trees in behind them. I secured the back trees in place with mounting tape, tucked the deer in place with mounting tape and then secured the front trees in place with three layers of mounting tape so they would stand out even with the frame.  The deer was colored with an aqua brush and vintage photo and walnut stain reinker.  I added a few sprigs of pine and tiny flowers to the deer just for a touch of whimsy. Here is a closer view.

KC Memory Box LEaping Deer 4 close

I know this is sort of a strange color blue to use for this project but I really love how it turned out.  I may have to try it again with all normal Christmas colors.

KC Memory Box Leaping Deer 4 right

You can check out my double matted frame tutorial if you would like to see how I create my frames.  Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day.

 

Memory Box Dies, Leaping DeerDistress Ink Pad, Vintage PhotoDistress Ink Pad, Walnut StainMartha Stewart Craft Punch, BranchWaterbrush, Small

ColorBox Tool, Stylus Handle, 3 pkColorBox Tool Foam Blender Tip, 3 pk, OvalTim Holtz Tonic Retractable Craft PickAccents, Glossy Scissors, 5 Titanium BladeATG Kit, Advanced Tape GliderHigh Tack Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape, 1/2Sizzix Big Shot Machine, Black & PinkMemory Box Die, Metal Adaptor PlateTeflon Bone Folder Paper Trimmer, Tonic Guillotine 12

Paper: Baja Breeze, Glossy White, Shimmer White, Kraft, Regal Rose       Ink: Baja Breeze, Distress Ink  Vintage Photo , Walnut Stain , SU Going Gray       Accessories: Cottage Cutz Rustic Sign and Trees  , Memory Box  Leaping Deer , Spellbinders Grand Squares , Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Waterbrush, Color Box Stylus  and Foam Tip , Fiskars 1/8" Circle Punch , Mounting Tape , Glossy Accents , Glue Dots, Paper Piercer , Metal Adapter Plate , ATG , Big Shot , Teflon Bone Folder  , Guillotine Paper Cutter

 

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