Sunday, 22 June 2008

Thomas Kinkade - Make a Wish Cottage

I used a brayer, Archival Ink & smooth white card stock to stamp up the Thomas Kinkade - Make a wish Cottage rubber stamp bought at Cornish Heritage Farms I then broke out my Prisma pencils to add colour to the image, I stared with the greens adding various shades and blended with gamsol and a paper stump and then added the colour to the rest again blending with the paper stump.
I used HOTP paper as a background on top of a deep red card stock then layered the image and the Papertrey Ink sentiments in the same red and some cream card, added them to the base card and finished this a vintage cream ribbon.


17 comments:

Toni said...

love how youve done this one Jak its georgous

Ickle Pickle said...

Stunning card and beautifully coloured :)

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful Jak I love Thomas Kinkaid
Myra(Imaginationer)

Rainbow Lady said...

Beautiful card love it.
Love Cynthia x

Karen J said...

Stunning Jak.
Love Thomas Kinkade ... got about 10 of his jigsaws!!!
Karen xx

Chrissie said...

What a beautiful card Jak, and it has such a restful look to it. I love the way you've coloured this too.

Lavender Rose said...

Stunning card so beautifully coloured.

Julia Stainton said...

Absolutely stunning!

Norma said...

jak its beautiful, beautifully coloured.

Norma x

Jan R said...

Wonderful Jak, love the colours

lliddle15 said...

Wow Jak, love it....Louise Emma

Cazz said...

Just stunning Jak xxx

Davis Family Blogs said...

I have one word.. BREATHTAKING!
Thank you for brightening my day.
em

Sue said...

What a beautiful tranquil scene and your card does it woberful justice.

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

Just love these Thomas Kinkade stamps and this is lovely!

Sorry Jak I have tagged you hun! Check today's post.

papercraft-ideas.com said...

Great stuff.
I like your post and all your scrappy things.

Look forward to reading more.
I love it!!!! Thank you very much!

Durham Lass said...

This is absolutely fantastic Jak. You are so talented.
Hugs,
Shirley