Nature Collage

Today, during the CPS 5th Anniversary Day 12 celebration, Lisa Silver and Clearsnap challenged their readers to work on CPS #118.  As you may have noticed, I love working on collages.  Therefore, as soon as I saw the sketch this morning, I knew what route I wanted to take.  However, I couldn't make up my mind as to what I wanted to do.  As the day went on, I envisioned different designs.  When I got home from work, and got to play with my stuff, I finally made my mind.

First, I took a small rectangular piece of white card stock and created a collage by overlapping various Martha Stewart Butterfly stamps with Big-and-Juicy and Archival Ink sepia pads.  I pasted down a pressed flower on it.  Then I cut the 3 blocks out of 2 different pages from a K&Company Urban Rhapsody pad.  (All the pieces were edged with the sepia ink pad.)  I layered the elements as per the sketch, but substituted the circular shape with a skeleton leaf and used the left had block to mat my collage.  Finally, instead of the bow, I substituted it with a zig-zag braid that I made with a piece of jute.


I hope you like my card as much as I do.  Keep reading, exploring and creating.  Godspeed!

Comments

Silvergirl said…
Oh how lovely!!! I love the texture! Thank you for joining CPS on Day 12 and my sketch challenge!
Thank you for your thoughtful comment. Blessings!
Patrice said…
Oooh...love all the texture! I hope you'll join me again this week at 52 Card Pickup!

http://www.oldbackporch.com/2012/02/52-card-pickup-week-6.html
Thank you! I love the look of your blog. Thanks for the invite!
Borqna said…
Thanks for the great post and interesting card! I am very glad that I found your blog. Every time I learn new things.
Sue VanDeVusse said…
This is amazing! I love the texture and wonderful composition.