Saturday, May 10, 2014

Running with the Pack

I really like the way the contrast worked using gray, white and black for the trees.  It actually looks better than the picture.  The rolling hills are from In The Meadow Die and I tucked some Martha Stewart grass in between.

A big hello to my new followers, thank you for stopping and taking a peak.   Also, I received a very nice e-mail recently telling me how I have inspired them.  Gosh, I am so humbled, I hope I can continue to create fun and interesting projects.  HAPPY MOTHERS DAY to everyone.

Materials:
Memory Box - Grand Alder Tree & Small Alder Tree
Poppy Stamps - Labrador
Papertry Ink - In The Meadow Die Collection (set of 2)
Martha Stewart grass punch

30 comments:

  1. Wow, this is really art! So beautiful!
    Lots of love, Gaby

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  2. Awesome card Diane, being a lover of Wolves this appeals to me big time, the scene you have created looks amazing.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  3. Good morning Diane,
    You make such stunning "scene cards" with fantastic elements.
    Those trees are brilliant ....... the whole thing is brilliant!!!
    Have a great day
    Hugs

    Patricia xx

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  4. Diane what a great card and love the scene you have created

    Anne

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  5. This is brilliant the dimension with the three colours is fantastic a nother great design Fabulous Love and Happy Crafting Hugs Carole x

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  6. This is just the coolest card, Diane. I love the colors you chose to use and the creative way you've used the dies.

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  7. Hi Diane, what an atmospheric card, the mono shades are so in keeping with your wonderful scene, love it, hugs Kate x

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  8. Een hele mooie kaart
    Gezellige en fijne dag
    Liefs Anneke

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  9. Thank you for your kind remarks on my blog. You are an amazing artist! I really love your work!

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  10. Happy Mother's Day to you, too, Diane! (It is Sunday night here.) I really like your gorgeous and striking monochrome pack against those trees!! Hugs, Darnell

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  11. This is brilliant, such a fantastic scene! I love the grey/black/white colour scheme.
    Rebecca.

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  12. Love this card Diane, so clever how you have done the dogs, the trees look great too.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  13. This is a great card Diane! I love the depth of it.
    And the card below reminds me of Gene Kelly's song:singing in the rain. Well, it's raining cats & dogs for a few days already. Horrible weather over here in Holland!
    Lia xx

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  14. Oh my goodness! Your designs are so unique and fun!! I really like how you create all the shadows - fantastic dimensional feel.

    Hugs,

    Jenny

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  15. that is just such a cool effect doing all the elements in the different shades!

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  16. OMG absolutely stunning love your dogs and the trees.
    Hugs.

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  17. Diane, this card is really stunning! Love the contrasting....fabulous!

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  18. This is a fabulous card, I love the contrast you have created with the black, white and grey - such a gorgeous scene.
    Pauline
    x

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  19. Very powerful card Diane, what a wonderful idea to use just these colours, you always create the best of scenes! Hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  20. Absolutely fabulous! I love the uniqueness of your work.

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  21. Wow what a stunning creation Diane. You are very clever. Thank you for your kind comments on my blog. All the very best. Meighan

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  22. Wow, how striking, and how much dimension it gives to the images! A really great technique! TFS

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  23. Wow, Diane so glad you left a comment on my blog as I got to follow it here and see your amazing style.

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  24. Oh goodness. A work of art. And an amazing effect using those shades of B/W and gray. Don't know if those are huskies, but a husky owner would love this.

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Diane

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