Friday, June 5, 2015

Doodlie Doo Finale!

Our week of Doodlie Doo is wrapping up today. We have a great line up of ideas for you,
Today I'm sharing a multi-layered piece I created from the Rolling Hills stencil (LJ910):

The Rolling Hills stencil was outlined 3 times on white cardstock. with a Sakura Black Micron pen. On the first layer, I created a sunrise and "sky area, along with a couple of rolling hills. One the second layer I just did a couple more hills, and on the third, just the bottom few hills.

I used Prismacolor pencils to color the image and a black marker and filled in between the hills. The first layer was left whole, the second lay was cut off four rows up from the bottom, and the third layer was cut two rows up and the "clouds" were cut from this also. Each layer was popped up with foam tape.

Here's our list of participants today:
Kristine Reynolds (Thursday Post)
Louise Healy (Thursday Post)
Wendy Price (Thursday Post)

Exciting news! Next week we will be hopping with the team from Faber-Castell.
Faber-Castell is one of the oldest corporations in the world. They created the very first lead pencil with wood around the lead in the 1600's. We are thrilled to be working with this amazing company and using their fun products. Different team members will be posting throughout the week, with the main Blog Hop being on Friday, June 12th. You won't want to miss a day of it!

Happy Creating,


Lyn Bernatovich said...

Magnificent card Louise! I love the paper piece along with!

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Stampendous said...

Gorgeous colors and tangling, Louise. You have made such a beautiful landscape with the Rolling Hill stencil. It just amazing! Thank you for sharing today!

Viki Banaszak said...

This is brilliant! I would never have thought to do this with that stencil.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Louise...this is one of my all time favorite tangle pieces you've done! I posted it recently on my blog's so creative!