CIC 501 | Hay There | On The Farm

I hope you all had fun with our 500th challenge celebration. Make sure to check the winners post to see if you were one of our lucky winners or Top Picks. We now have a new challenge, which we hope you’ll play along with too. (This challenge actually started yesterday, I’m a bit late with this post!) Our new theme is On The Farm.

I decided to keep things very simple for my card as I’m still trying to rest my wrist. I started by stamping the baby goat and a sentiment from Honey Bee Stamps’ Way To Goat stamp set directly onto my white card base using MFT Black Licorice Hybrid ink. I also stamped the goat on to a piece of scrap paper which I then fussy cut and turned into a mask by applying Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue to the back.

Once the mask was tacky rather than sticky I applied it over the goat on the card base. I also used a piece of post it tape to mask off the bottom of my card at an angle. I ink blended above the masked line with a light layer of Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide to create a hint of sky. I then repositioned the post it tape to ink blend the ground, for which I used Lucky Clover Distress Oxide. I blended it more heavily directly under the goat to give the look of a shadow.

With the ink blending completed I removed my masks. I then used my Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers to colour in the goat. I decided to colour it as a white goat, as that would mean I only needed to lay in the shadow areas and blend out to white, which was much easier on my hand than colouring a darker colour. I also used a very light grey to enhance the shadow under the goat.

As I said I did leave this card very simple, I think it’s cute though. The little goat is adorable. I hope I will get more use out of this stamp set soon! Fingers crossed my wrist will be feeling better enough to start making more intricate cards before too long.

Love,

Lady Joyful

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Challenges included:

AAA Cards – Sketch

Art Impressions – Quick and Simple

Classic Design Challenge – Anything Goes

Cupcake Inspirations – On The Farm

Moving Along With The Time – Create a Scene

NBUS Challenge – Never Before Used Stuff (the stamp set)

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – Anything Goes

STAMPlorations Summer Challenge – Anything Goes

Stay Crafty With Hero – Critters

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Check out what the rest of the DT made:

Charlotte (that’s me!)

Debbie

Ishani

Kim

Pioniya

Sandy

Sue N.

Sue T.

Vicki


16 thoughts on “CIC 501 | Hay There | On The Farm

  1. Hello… Thanks for sharing your lovely card with Moving Along with the Times; it fits perfectly with our ‘create a scene’ challenge theme. The little goat stamp is so cute. Hope you can join us next month for our new challenge. Diane Louise (Team Leader) xx

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  2. What a lovely CAS card Charlotte, love the shadow you made for the adorable goat! It looks like it’s coming down a hill. Thank you for joining in at AAA card with your One layer beauty. Hugs ~ Ishani

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  3. Your OLC card is definitely cute enough, Charlotte! You did a great job with the masking, blending, and the shadow, and I love the punny sediment! Thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. Oh super cute and beautifully CAS. Love it Charlotte. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

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  5. Thank you for sharing in our challenge at “https://classicdesignchallenge.blogspot.com/”we really appreciate you joining in.
    greetings DTmember Monique great card

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