Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Mountain Air for Paper Players 590

Life is beginning to settle down a little after the buying and selling of houses and moving after a quarter of a century! So it was with pleasure that I sat down to just make something for no particular reason at last.

Inspiration came from the colour challenge at The Paper Players.


I thought that the Night of Navy and Fresh Freesia had the look of a twilight about them so turned to Mountain Air.


To get some definition between the two die cut trees (from Majestic Mountain), I added in some extra Granny Apple Green by colouring one with a Dark Granny Apple Green Stampin' Blend.


The sentiment, and the lovely label, are from the Waves of Inspiration bundle. I threaded a narrow piece of Night of Navy card through the slots in the label and trimmed the ends. I think that's a nice way to accent the sentiment without bling - perhaps more in keeping with the masculine vibe I was looking for.

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3 comments:

  1. Jan, this is so beautiful! I love the mountain scene and the beautiful trees! What a fabulous way to use our colors! So happy you joined us at The Paper Player this week!

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  2. I just love this Jan (already pinned to CASE!) I don't use this set anywhere near enough and I'm amazed at how great these colours look on your scenic view - and not a floral in sight! Thanks for joining with my colour challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

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  3. This is very nicely done, Jan! Love that wee little bit of sponging in the background...and you did it so perfectly too! The sentiment treatment is cool too! All round wonderful! Thanks for sharing this with us this week!

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