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Doodlediedum Landscape

A last minute entry again…

I posted on facebook allready the almost complete cards.

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Here are two completed ones: (Yup, one is only mounted on the cardstock, it didn’t need anything else).

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Added bright paper pen to the orange, and added more white highlights as the colours were too dull. Also added some moss green paper pen on the hill. Made with alcohol inks on the background, and distress markers, paper pen and whie gelpen on the foreground.

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Made with distress markers and a bit of glittery whit acryllic paint for the moon.

0d9ec-cbc_11The first one (with the orange sky) is my entry for the Chocolate Baroque Colour Challenge #12. Although the second card turned out ok too, I still prefer the warm colours of the orange sky despite the not perfect stamping. I don’t use glossy cardstock often. Or rather,  I hardly use it. I thought it was time I tackled it, as stamping on it is more slippery, and colouring it is different. So I’m a beginner all over when it comes to glossy paper!

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So for clarity, my entry:

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And now I hurry off and add it before the link  has closed…

One thought on “Doodlediedum Landscape

  1. The two different colorways look wonderful Debbie. Beautiful cards.
    Thank you for playing along with the Chocolate Baroque Color Challenge. Apologies for late commenting.
    Hugs Flo x

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