Again I had a die cut that I just pondered for a long time as to how to use it. It was a Spellbinder Gazebo image and came already pre-colored with the blue. The only thing I could think of was to make a scene and place it in a park like area. This is what I came up with. I am not sure the proportion is quite right but none the less, the deed is done!
I think my scene made with all Stampscapes images looked better before I added the gazebo, but when I tried to remove it, it was stuck too well and so I left it alone. I used sponges to add dye inks to the matte clay coated paper I used. That is the best type for working with sponging on scenes and of course, I used Staz-On black ink too!
Other inks I used were Andirondack inks. Those are my inks I go to mostly for making scenes too. Others I have used are Distressed Inks.
That was refreshing to do. I have not done a scene in a long time so I might have to work on more for my card supply.
Well, it is a snowy day here but not so awful cold so it is a wet and sticky type. Started out as drizzle and now is all snow.
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