Saturday, 28 March 2015

All creatures great and small



It's Saturday morning and time for a new challenge at Allsorts and this week Tracy Mouse is looking for creations which 'Feature a Creature'. Our sponsors are Crafty Ribbons and Deedees Designs.

My card uses some of my scenic stamps along with some from Sheena which I just had to have as I knew they would work so well together with the others in my stash. The highland cow........I decided it's a 'she'........ in the foreground was stamped and masked, then the background stamped, clouds added with a mask and background coloured with Pan Pastels. The cow has been coloured with watercolour pencils.

Highland cattle are huge by comparison to modern day cattle and it's lovely to see them on a nearby farm who have a couple of dozen of them in a perfect setting with the village Church in the background of the fields where they graze.

Have a good weekend.

51 comments:

  1. Morning Brenda
    Your card this morning made me smile. The highland cow is great and it is a brilliant scenic card.
    Enjoy your day
    Lesley

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  2. Good morning Brenda.Very pretty card. The background is gorgeous.
    Gr Elly

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  3. Lovely card Brenda your bull really looks like he's heading for you.....brilliant...

    Anne

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  4. Brilliant card Brenda I so love the scene you have created it reminds me of the times that we used to holiday in Scotland, those were the days. Superb make
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  5. Stunning card Brenda, the scene you have created is so beautiful and your colours are perfect!
    I hope you have a good weekend.
    Sue xx

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  6. A lovely scene you have created Brenda using some beautiful stamps.
    Lorraine

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  7. Gorgeous scene and very bold animal.
    Happy weekend;-))m

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  8. A brilliant scene Brenda, love the image and colours.
    Have a lovely weekend
    Lorraine x

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  9. Lovely scenery and stamping!!
    Hugs, Marianne

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  10. What a fantastic card Brenda. I love Highland cattle, in-laws had a small fold during their latter years xx

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  11. Love your cow, such beautiful animals these highland cattle. This is the type of scene that has me itching for my stamps... Unless I'm mistaken this is a stamp of Corfe Castle in the background, is that from Sheena's range?

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  12. I love these hairy cows! We've got some in the field near us Brenda and I think they're really cute!! (No accounting for taste is there - or so the other half tells me.....)
    Fab stamping as always. x

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  13. Oh Wow, Brenda...how awesome is this ... a brilliantly designed creation with wonderful colours to compliment everything here.xxx
    {The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  14. Fabulous Brenda, I love this wonderful scene
    Kevin xx

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  15. another wonderful scene! And I love your new banner!

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  16. Wow stunning scene, feel like I'm looking into the field, if you know what I mean...lol

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  17. A beautiful card Brenda. You've created a lovely scenery with the highland cow. hugs, Marlies

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  18. It seems like you are stamping from a real scene, Brenda! Truly beautiful!

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  19. Oh yay, some place warm! Love the scene Brenda! NancyD

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  20. They are on my wish list Brenda! I love how you have used them to create a really wonderful landscape scene. A truly beautiful creation, nice to see you are enjoying your stamps too Karen x

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  21. Amazing stamping Brenda and I've seen that scene IRL at Tutbury with highland cattle and the castle ruins in the background - only your cow looks friendlier than the ones I saw xx

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  22. Now there's a boy I wouldn't like to tackle lol. Makes a brilliant card though Brenda.

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  23. What an amazing scene you created here! Especially love the castle in the background! I think I need to start collecting these type of stamps, because I am so loving these scenic cards!

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  24. It's incredible that you have made all this with stamps! Stunning card, the background scene is very beautiful and the highland cow so fun! Love the sky and the realistic fence!

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  25. this is just wonderful Brenda - I just love the feel of this card, it somehow reminds me of Northumberland ! - i love it hugs Judith x

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  26. This must be one of the most fabulous animal images I have seen and your colouring is amazing, fabulous card.

    Kath x

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  27. A Big Hooray for your DeeDee's Digis' sponsorship! The post title intrigued me, because All Creatures G&S was a show we watched with our DD when she was young, and I still enjoy watching those shows. Well acted, well written..great characters. I am loving your shaggy highland cow with those crags in the background. You've achieved some fabulous texture with the pencil strokes and I love the ppastel backgrounds. It's just awesome. Well done Miss Brenda. TFs & Hugs

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  28. Fab card Brenda, have to love that Highlander cow ! real Scottish scene with the castle in the background

    Joan

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  29. GORGEOUS Love that wonderful Highland cow!!

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  30. I love how you put together these scenic cards, so clever. I really need to practice how to do this. Enjoy your weekend!

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  31. Definitely a she Brenda, looks to pretty to be anything else. Love this make.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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  32. Your card looks great and the cow looks to be two steps away of stepping of the card.... Would not want to stand in front of one of these :) Hugs, Gerrina

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  33. Stunning card Brenda, my favourite breed of cattle :o)
    Jackie xx

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  34. Wow, that's a gorgeous scene, love it.

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  35. Fantastic country scene Brenda! I'm missing the countryside of our last home, still adjusting to town... take good care, Shirleyxx

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  36. I love Highland cows! Beautiful card Brenda. Michelle x

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  37. Incredible Brenda!! I am such a huge fan of your scenes, they just wisp me away, like I'm inside a movie! You are one heck of a talented lady! hugs :)

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  38. Fabulous scene Brenda, wonderful perspective.
    Avril xx

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  39. I love this Brenda - really beautiful! I adore highland cattle too! Brilliantl coloured and used to create a fabulous scene! Hugs Rachel x

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  40. Brenda I just love how the Highland cow in the foreground gives lovely depth to the beautiful scene.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  41. Oooo what a magnificent creature and such a stunning scene too - i remember being at Adam's farm( the farmer off of Country File) in Gloucester and he has one of these fabby beasts.

    I was thinking of you yesterday - as i put Create And Craft on, as it was a Tattered Lace show and they were laughing about 'Gorgeous George die' and i was wondering if you had been lucky enough to play with him ;-), Luv Sam x

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  42. This is fabulous Brenda! Loving the scenic touch to it. You leave me such lovely comments on my Blog, and I do appreciate them. Thank you! Judy x

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  43. Fabulous card Brenda. A stunning scene.
    Mags
    x

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  44. This is great,Brenda! Beautiful scene!
    Hope you are well and a happy Easter to you and your family!
    Hugs,Kari :)

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  45. Great scene Brenda, love the highland cow, there are a couple of these in one of the fields in our village and they are beautiful creatures.

    Pat xx

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  46. Love this Brenda, fantastic stamps and there is just something about highland cattle - they are adorable. x Susan x

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