Wednesday, 13 January 2016

City Scene

Morning.  
Hope you week is going well.

A very simple card just using one stamp from Technique Junkies.
I stamped the image twice with black Memento ink, then cut the center of one of the stamped panels using a stitched die from MFT.  I backed it with a piece of black cardstock and then pop dotted it over the main stamped image.  I coloured just the car image with a red Copic marker.  I think it helps pull your eye in and gives the scene some depth.

Adding my card to these challenges:

CASology- OPEN
(let the shopping begin!)

The Male Room- ANYTHING GOES

 Addicted to Stamps- ANYTHING GOES

Our Crafty Corner- ANYTHING GOES

Paperminutes- ANYTHING GOES



Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  stamp-Technique Junkies/ Memento bl ink/ Copic marker/ pop dots/ bl cs/

32 comments:

  1. Oh this looks awesome! I love the black and white scene with that brilliant little pop of red!
    Thanks for sharing at Casology Karen!

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  2. What a terrific card. Love the red car.

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  3. Wow, such an effective technique. Karen xxx

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  4. Great technique to draw in the eye! Fantastic design, Karen!

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  5. So fabulous, Karen, love the raised panel and the pop of red on the car!!!

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  6. This is great! I love the scene and how much depth it has - genius colouring of just the car, Jo x

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  7. Oh my, Karen, this is fabulous! I love it! What an amazing scene, and it looks like the Chrysler Building to me. Did you know it also fits perfectly with this week's Color Challenge (red, white and black)? Hugs, sweet and dear friend!

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  8. Cool - another fun technique.

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  9. I love the double layer look and the pop of red for the car. Awesome card.

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  10. this is really neat -- wonder what other types of stamps it would work with

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  11. Like your new header with those ink/paint drips! It's so you! :) Great stamp and card design. :)

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  12. Knockout! I love the pen drawing style of the stamp, and just colouring the red car is genius!

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  13. I just love everything about this Karen.

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  14. This is great! You'd never know how simple it is...it's really, really nice!

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  15. Fantastic scene, and I love that there is just a pop of red. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

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  16. This is absolutely super, Karen. I love the panels, the beautiful black and white and the tiny bit of red. Lovely! thanks for playing along at ATSM. Melissa

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  17. Absolutely fabulous. So cas and that touch of red perfect. It sure draws you in.

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  18. Karen this is fantastic, what a fabulous iamge and I love the black and white with a pop of red! Thank you for sharing with us this week at CASology!

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  19. Fabulous design Karen. You're right ... it brings the eye in and adds a lot of depth. Great way to use that artsy stamp. xx

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  20. i love this so much!! My newest picture in the kitchen is one of NY in black and white and with only one yellow cab in color!!

    Heike

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  21. Quite the departure from your usual colorful cards, Karen, but I love it and the pop of red is perfect.

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  22. Stunning, and I love the pop of red! Thanks so much for playing along with our Anything Goes challenge at The Male Room this week! Deborah, DT.

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  23. Love the technique and the red car really does pop out. Thank you for joining us at TMR.

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  24. Adding a bit of red make's card stunning and gorgeous...LOVE it...Thank you for sharing you're card with us at ATSM these week...XX Željka

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  25. Stunning, that little red car stands out even if it is little!

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  26. What a wonderful card and a nifty trick to really make it pop. That's a fun sketchy scene.

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  27. Brilliant card. Thank you for joining us over at Our Crafty Corner. Good luck Alison DT

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  28. Loved your card so much that I ordered the stamp.

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  29. Loved your card so much that I ordered the stamp.

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