Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Down the bottom of the garden



I won't say anything more than Morning to you all, as the weather is so atrocious the the word good is far from applicable. Will Spring ever return I wonder ? It's rained solidly for two days now, but will it be the right sort I wonder, as I am told not all is, whatever that can mean.

A really quick share as it's busy at work this morning, so fitting this in with my coffee. Another card using my current favourite fairy stamp Harietta, stamped through an oval mask and shaded with ink dusters. All the ingredients can be found in the thumbnails below.

I am entering this into this months Create a Scene challenge which is 'Silhouettes', it's my second entry and I thought I would stick with the fairy theme.

Hope you all have a good day.


42 comments:

Stamps and Paper said...

ANother stunning card Brenda...you are so good at this stamping technique
Dont know about you but I am fed up with all this flippin rain...!

Anne

susiestacey said...

Just beautiful Brenda, love the scene so pretty. About time l got my unused Lavinia's and pads out and had a play. Take care x Susan x

Marja's Stamp Addiction en Marja's Creativity said...

Brenda soooo lovely and beautiful. Marvelous scene.
Lovely greet
Marja

Stine said...

Beautiful! :)

Lisa said...

Hi Brenda, It's raining here too! I've heard that about rain so let's hope it's the right sort! Beautiful card ... love this pretty fairy image.

Lisa x

Desire Fourie said...

This is absolutely stunning. You are a master of mask stamping.
Hugs
Desire

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Hello Brenda ! Just found your blog thru another bloggers list. Love this card, the background & image are beautiful. I took a peek thru your blog and enjoyed the beautiful creations ! I've become your 3,422nd follower! (wow- never seen that many at one blog ! congrats) Have a great day, Shirley

cebelica said...

Gorgeous card! Hugs! xx

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Lovely card great stamping

jacqui x

Nikbee said...

A gorgeous card, Brenda. I love the scene and the corner stamp is lovely. It has rained loads up here too, although the sun is shining here now. Maybe I should get and and make the most of it!
Nikki x

Tags said...

This is gorgeous! I love the scene and those corners are fabulous! :)

Tags xx

jem (jane elizabeth middleton) said...

wonderful crafting,a stunning card. Weather so bad here the dogs have not been walked,and I always walk them,poor things hop out the back door then hop back in again.
janex

Annette said...

wow this is gorgeous...love the scene you have created..

Jane said...

This is a gorgeous card Brenda. The weather has gone mad...and the weather warnings are out that we could get a month's rain in 2 days...so much for the hosepipe ban! Keep dry,
Jane x

Creations by Shirl said...

Pretty scene to your card.. love it!

Mummylade said...

that is a wonderful card!!

Lau W said...

Superb scene, love this card Brenda !
here the weather is bad, spring don't want to come ! :-(
xxx

mags said...

A beautiful card Brenda.
Mags
x

Wendy Fraser said...

Move over Barbara Grey, you are the queen of scene building! Stunning work. xx

Sarah said...

Oh wow, this is absolutely stunning Brenda! Such a gorgeous scene and gentle colours x

Heidi said...

I am so loving this stamp too, you do such wonders with it. hugs heid x

Frea said...

Wow Brenda, this is a real stunner! Gorgeous image and I love that romantic moonlit background. Hugs ,Frea

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Really stunning as usual Brenda, I love the images and the scene that you have created and the colours are beautiful. It's been nothing but rain here too, oh the joys of british spring time lol. Hope that you have had a good day
Lindsay xx

xxxtglxxx said...

Another gorgeous silhouette card Brenda, this is so delicate too! :)

hugs

xxalisonxx

nnalorac said...

Just so beautiful Brenda, lovely scene you have created with these super stamps. Carolxx

pinky said...

Wow Brenda this is really really gorgeous!

Kat said...

Stunning scene Brenda, love the soft colours. Love the corners too.

Weather here is horrible, and the dogs spend a lot of time being wet and smelly. Maxxxhates the rain in his face even though he doesn't mind running up and down a ditch or rolling in a wet, muddy field!!

Just saw your last card too and it might be out of your comfort zone but it's gorgeous too. Good to try something different!

Kat xx

Beryl said...

Raining all day here too although yesterday was a lovely sunny day for the most part.
A lovely delicate fairy scene - another of your gorgeous inky creations.
Beryl xx

Scrap Affair said...

Wow, this is very beautiful. Like a fairytale scene

CraftyLoops said...

Wow this is so whimsical and pretty. Lee x

Anonymous said...

oh so very pretty Brenda, you are very talented!

Paula (PEP) said...

No doubt we have the wrong kind of rain to fill the reservoirs! I love the way you picked out the pale peachy pink of the background with your matting & those deer are just terrific. Beautifully elegant!
Paula (PEP)

Deanna said...

Beautiful whimsical scene!

Gail said...

Very nice!
It's been raining here too, and is cold!

Nannieflash said...

Hi Brenda what a beautiful scene, I love the silhouette look and that fairy with her lantern is gorgeous. hugs Shirleyxxx

Caroline Rawcliffe said...

It's beautiful, Brenda

Elizabeth Allan said...

Yet again, you have created another magical scene!

Sally H said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I think you may be as addicted to peach bellini as I am!

May said...

Just stunning Brenda!!! Hugs May x x x

Merry said...

I always love the scenes you create Brenda...love those little mushrooms along the bottom. I hope the weather improves for you soon.

NancyD said...

If your picture is an indication of the bottom of the garden then I want to be there too. Such a lovely card with your oval shape and lovely corner stamps. Thanks for joining us at Craft a Scene. NancyD

Sandy Hulsart said...

What a wonderful and whimsy scene. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Craft a Scene.