Saturday, March 10, 2012

"Light of the Lord" Tiki Hut!


Happy Saturday, everyone! It's a sunny, cold day here in Indiana....it's a good things it's cold so that I won't feel guilty for staying inside and working all day! Next Saturday is Our Daily Bread designs' 4th Anniversary, so today kicks off our Anniversary Week Celebrations.....check out the Shining the Light Anniversary Themed Challenge today. For lots of info about ODBD (Our Daily Bread designs), and an itinerary for Anniversary Week, check out Betty's post HERE! Also, there is a BIG SALE going on.....check out Lisa's post HERE! Hope you join us for some fun!!!



When the March sets came out this month, as soon as I saw the bamboo window frame from the "Sweet Friendship" set, I knew I wanted to make a triple window scene. Using masking, I stamped the image three times, then cut the inside and outside with paper snips....luckily I didn't have to use my craft knife, since there was lots of room to work with scissors after cutting a rough hole in the middle of each window. The scene was created by stamping the lighthouse from "Light of the World", then layered "The Mighty Sea" over that. The sea was actually stamped twice, then pieced together in order to extend the scene to the length of the triple frame....the seam is behind the frame. Once the coloring was finished (sponge daubers and ink pads for the sky and sand, and markers for the rest), I used another new set, "The Light of Life", for the stamped verse. The frame behind the windows was created by covering a light piece of cardboard with Scor-tape, then layering pieces of raffia across it. It was a bit tedious, but worth it! Feel free to click on each photo for a close-up view.


'Ingredients' Used:
Stamps: All from Our Daily Bread designs: 'Sweet Friendship', 'The Light of Life', 'Light of the World', 'The Mighty Sea';
Cardstock: Stampin Up Bravo Burgundy and Whisper White;
Ink: Stazon Jet Black, Stampin up ink pads and markers in various colors;
Accessories: Raffia, Scor-tape, foam tape, sponge daubers, scratch paper for masking;
Size: 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 .


I have used the following challenges:
Splitcoast's Inspiration Challenge: I chose this gorgeous fan from "A Cool Breeze";
Papertake Weekly: Anything goes;
Craft Your Passion's 100th Challenge: Anything Goes;
Ooh-la-la's 100th Challenge: On The Move (the ocean and the lighthouse light);
The Pink Elephant: at least 3 layers.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a blessed weekend!!


9 comments:

CheerDown said...

Angella this is simply stunning the colours work so well together and the colouring is beautiful Thank you for joining our On The Move Challenge at Ooh La La creations

Alli D x

Anne Harada said...

Oh my word, I love how you combined the stamps for this Angela!! Gorgeous!!

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Angie, girl, this is out of this world creative!!! When I saw this card it just blew me away!! This is AMAZING!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Sherry Kushibab said...

Angie, its as if these stamps were made just for this card - you did an over the top, drop dead, beautiful job with this one!!!

Meadowlark001 said...

Angella,
once again your card is lovely, thanks for sharing. I also messaged you a question.
Meadowlark001

Angella D. Crockett said...

Meadowlark001, I have not received a message. Please send me an email to angelladcrockett at yahoo dot com. Looking forward to hearing from you! Blessings, Angie

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Lovely card!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Pink Elephant this week!!
~Sheri

Wendi said...

Wow what a beautiful card and so original the images are gorgeous

Thank you so much for sharing with us at ooh la la this week
I do hope we see you again
Wendi

Ribbon Girl said...

Lovely card - beautiful images - thanks for joining in with this weeks Papertake Weekly Challenge, Mary G x