Sunday, April 27, 2008

CCdesign sneak peak and step by step

This is a sneak peak of one of the upcoming sets from CCdesigns at all that scraps. I thought it would be fun to show the step by step of creating this little scene. I was perusing today Zindorf's blog. She does so many awesome tutorials. I only discovered her blog today and spent a couple of hours going through a big portion of her entries. After going throug it, I thought it would be fun to create a scene with these awesome stamps!
recipe:
Stamps: CCdesigns A Hootin Good Time and polka dot BG, SU Two step stampin Watercolor minis, SU Fancy Flexible Phrases
Ink: SU : True Thyme, Old Olive, Wasabi, Basic Brown, Bayou, Caribbean, Night of Navy, River Rock. Ranger Distress : Mustard, Soot, Marigold, Shabby Shutter, Brushed Corduroy, Walnut, Pine, Broken China. Ranger Adirondacks: Cloudy Blue. Versamark, Stewart Superior Burnt Umber.
Paper: Bazzill, Old Olive, unknown DP from All That Scraps, Whisper White.
Other: Copic markers, May Art satin ribbon, White gel pen, Dew Drops, copper brads, clear embossing pwd., rhinestones, stickles, Glimmer mist in Olive, sponges.

The Ciao markers are: E51, E31, Y21, YR04, E71,YR23
I start by tearing up the white paper into the shape of a hill and taped it down with tacky tape. I start off with the SU greens and brown and my Brayer. Once my area is masked I stamp a flower with Versamark and clear emboss. Then I begin by braying River Rock. I accidentally started with the wrong brayer. This one was too hard!



Next I brayer some Wasabi and Olive. I spread a bit with the sponge too.
Last I go through with the True Thyme and the Brown to deepen it at the base!

Once my hills basic form is done, I use my other half of the torn piece to mask my hills.
Next I brayer through the Cloud and Caribbean.
Bayou is sponged and brayered.
I go through with Nigh of Navy, and Bayou, using the sponge to blend edges and the brayer to get the edges. I also punch a circle with my 1 3/8 " circle punch. I mask a piece for the moon.
Over here I open every green and brown and black that I have and start adding more definition with sponges and the Watercolor mini stamps.

I remove my moon mask and use the opposite piece to mask the surrounding area and sponge my moon with Mustard and Dried Marigold.

I remover the moon mask and sponge white craft ink for a mistiness.
I stamp my tree trunk and color with my Copic Markers. I also at this time stamp two of the owls and color them in and cut them out.
I decide where I want to place my images and adhere them down with glue.
I add in white highlights with my gel pen, rhinestones for the owls eyes ( the one in the hole) and stickles to the beak and feet. I also put my whole card together.



I hope you enjoy this step by step. I thought it would be kinda fun to see the steps. I may not be posting for a couple days ( project to work on), so I thought I would leave you with something more detailed then I have lately. Hubby is gone again for a month so My posting will be somewhat erratic!
Hugs,
Sophie















41 comments:

Laura said...

oh wow! That card is unreal! wow! thank you so much for showing us all the steps. I might try this one day.. when i find enough courage :) That sky is just so pretty!

StampOwl said...

oh no ... another owl set I HAVE TO GET!!!!! :) ... fabulous card can't wait for this set to be released.

**Inge** said...

OMG Sophia, this owl card is awesome! Love the stepbystep photo's and thanks for the link:-D

xx, Inge

Kristine said...

This card is so BEAUTIFUL! LOVE IT!
Kristine=)

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

Oh wow Sophia, This is fantastic! Thank you so much for providing the tutorial for this scene. Hugs, Nikki x

Donna said...

wow! this turned out fantastic! love those little owls.

Lim said...

WOW, WOW..Stunning!!
Thisis beautiful Sophia.
Hugs, Lim.

chelemom said...

Love your tutorial!!! This card is amazing!

Heather said...

Wow this is great and I love that the set comes with the tree. Great tutorial!! Thanks so much for sharing it.

Flossie's Follies said...

What a beautiful card, it is awesome, thanks for the tutorial, it so helps seeing how it is put together.

Ila said...

Your card is Amazing!! What a wonderful and vibrant scene...and I love your tutorial!!!

MichelleO said...

Wow love the bold colors! The whole card pops! And I LOVED seeing it come to life! THANKS it is truely beautiful!

stampin_melissa said...

Wow, this card is just so beautiful. You did a fantastic job! I also love Zindorf's blog!

Nancy said...

wow sophia, this is soooo fantastic!!! thanks for the tutorial!!

leenda said...

WOW! Stunning, awesome, fantastic, creative, marvelous and I like it too!!

Kathy said...

Wow!! You are so talented!! Thanks for the step by step, I have always wondered how people do this!! Nice job!

Katharina said...

Sensational Sophia, thanks for this great tutorial. The scene is fabulous and so is the new CC release. Thanks for sharing.
To answer your question. I use a 300g watercolor paper of a company called Canson. It is from our local artist shop :)

Malin Pettersson said...

The card is amazing. It´s fun to see how you make it. I wouldn´t be able to make a card like that. Havet made cards for almost 2 months now. I´m starting to get inspired again. A lot thanks to you.....
Take care...

Christina Fischer said...

Holy cow -- your card is amazing!!! Just gorgeous! Fantastic tutorial, too! :)

Nixe07 said...

Ooh woooooow, what a stunning and great scene. Looks so fantastic. Great tutorial, thank you so much.
Hugs, Moni

Anne Bélanger said...

this card is fantastic. Thanks for the tutorial.

My Paper World said...

Wow! You are amazing! Thanks so much for sharing! xx

Jean said...

Wow what a fabulous card Sophia, I am so glad you put this tutorial up!

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heidi baldini said...

MY GOD WOMEN you are SOOOO crazy talented!!!!! I just have to add you to my FAV bloggers. Thank you So much for the step by step details. YOU ROOCK!!! :-)

Pegg S said...

This is so lovely! Thank you so much for taking the time to post this tutorial! Very beautiful card! I want to try this now... :)

Monika/Buzsy said...

Sophia, awesome card... and great tutorial. Love the colors all together. TFS!

Leslie Miller said...

You made a fabulous scene with your stamps! Isn't it fun to create like this--really stamp, make a mess and create ART? I love it! Thanks for sharing all the photos and information!

Camilla said...

This is awesome!! Thank you for showing the recipe. Your whole blog is wonderful!! Have a great day, and good luck with that project at work!:)
Hugs, Camilla.

Marlou said...

you should frame this beautiful card it is stunning, thanks for tutorial!! :) x

shel9999 said...

W-O-W!!! Thanks for showing us how you made such a fantastic card!!!

Nina said...

Wow. This is absolutely gorgeous...makes me sooo inspired! Thanks for sharing! :)

Rose Ann said...

This is so totally cute, and your sky and grass look amazing!! Thanks for the fab tutorial as well!! Love your adorable card, Sophia!!

Susan said...

wow thank you for the lesson it is great love the card

Tammi said...

Cool how you did this, it created such a beautiful scene!

Deb said...

This is awesome, love the colors and it's too cute! Fabulous background, Thanks for sharing!!

Stephenie said...

This card is gawgous girl! So pretty:) I am loving the tutorial as well, great card!

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