Sunday, April 13, 2014

Week 2 - Hills and Mountains Craft a Scene Challenge

This is the second week of our April challenge creating scenes that emphase hills and mountains.  Easy Right!

Please make sure you have background and foreground elements to your stamped or digi'd scene or it will be ignored.

Here is what our wonderful design team has made for your inspiration.

Now all you have to do is make your own "Hills and Mountains" project. You may enter up to 3 times and as many other challenges as you wish. If you do not have a blog or account on Split Coast Stampers, then just email me a picture of the piece and I will add it to one of our posts.  

If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.




Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.

Have fun creating!


NancyD

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Hills and Mountains - Craft a Scene April Challenge

Our challenge for the month of April is to create a scene emphasizing hills and mountains.  Easy Right!

Please make sure you have background and foreground elements to your stamped or digi'd scene or it will be ignored.


Here is what our wonderful design team has made for your inspiration.


Anna-Karin - Layers of Ink







Now all you have to do is make your own "Hills and Mountains" project. You may enter up to 3 times and as many other challenges as you wish. If you do not have a blog or account on Split Coast Stampers, then just email me a picture of the piece and I will add it to one of our posts.  

If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.




Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.

Have fun creating!


NancyD


March Craft a Scene Winners!

Good Sunday morning to everyone.  I do hope the weather is cooperating in your part of the country.  It has been rainy and then sunny and then back to rain for us here in the Northwest.


Well today I have your top three entries for the "Let it Be Spring" challenge.  There were so many really wonderful Spring-time scenes it was truly difficult to choose!  I am careful to select scenes that are finished projects and meet the criteria of being a stamped or digi'd scene.  Winners, please be sure to take our badge to add to your blogs (if you have one). 

Here are the selections for the top three for March.

#3 Kathy - Pinterest



#11 I Need to Stamp







Beautiful cards everyone!  I will be back in a few moments with our next challenge.

NancyD

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Let it Be Spring - Final Week

This is the final week for the "Let it Be Spring" challenge here at Craft a Scene.  Have you made your card yet? You may click here to go directly to mr. linky.

We have a wonderful entry by email from Margaret in Yorkshire.




Here is my card for the “Let it be Spring Challenge”.  I used Lavinia stamps and Layering cardstock. First I created the background using Adirondak inks and a Brayer.  I then stamped the images with Vesafine inks in black, lettuce, and meadow, and stream  and denim for the sky.  The bridge and stream were coloured using Adirondack inks and a water brush, and I created the sparkle in the water  with a Sakura Stardust Clear Star pen . then a little two way glue and a sprinkling of DeoArt Glamour Dust  in Crystal. Lastly I sponged around the edges with  Adirondak ink and layered and matted onto a white card before adding the sentiment.  Hope you like it


Our design team has been busy with a few more fantastic scenes for your inspiration.


Pia made us two lovely creations for today!


Ok, this is your last chance to get in on the Spring Challenge.  Lets see your wonderful creations. 

You may enter up to 3 times and as many other challenges as you wish. If you do not have a blog or account on Split Coast Stampers, then just email me a picture of the piece and I will add it to one of our posts.  

If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.



Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.

Have fun creating!


NancyD

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Let it Be Spring - Week 4

Another week has past and we are still looking for your wonderful Spring scenic creations. You may click here to go directly to mr. linky.

Penny Nichols emailed me her wonderful scene to be included in the challenge.


I would like to announce that Claire from Clair's Crafty Creations has joined our design team.  Claire was a recent guest designer and when we asked if she would like to continue on a regular basis she said yes!


I'm Claire from a quiet corner of north east England where I live with my son, two dogs and a very cheeky parrot. I work full time for a mental health charity and stamping is my escape from the stresses of work. I've been stamping for about 8 years and if I'm not at work or out with my dogs you will usually find me in my craft room. I don't have a particular style of craft, I love everything from cute to vintage.

I'm so excited to be a designer for Craft a Scene, its always one of my favourite challenges as I love to start with a blank sheet of card and create a scene using ink and stamps. Claire's blog is Crlair's Craty Creations.

Here is what our wonderful design team has made for your inspiration this week.







Now that you have scene what we mean by a Spring Scene, lets see what you make for our challenge. You may enter up to 3 times and as many other challenges as you wish. If you do not have a blog or account on Split Coast Stampers, then just email me a picture of the piece and I will add it to one of our posts.  

If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.




Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.

Have fun creating!


NancyD

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Let it Be Spring - Week 3

This is the third week of our "Let it be Spring" challenge!  Let's get out your Spring and flowery stamps and make something bright and cheerful!  Ole man winter has had enough time in the spotlight!

Check out what our amazing team has made for your inspiration.




Now you have a chance to make a project with your own favorite techniques. You may enter up to 3 times and as many other challenges as you wish. If you do not have a blog or account on Split Coast Stampers, then just email me a picture of the piece and I will add it to one of our posts.  

If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.




Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.

Have fun creating!


NancyD