Friday, 11 March 2016

WATERCOOLER CHALLENGES WWC 58

WWC58 - Gail's Reflection Technique Challenge
http://watercoolerchallenges.blogspot.ca/



What a wonderful challenge!  I brought out my Stamp-a-ma-jig and dusted it off because I thought that this would be a good tool to line up the stamped image with the reflection.  It worked perfectly for me.  I used several colors for the sky, grass/mud, and water. 

 
Closer view:

Inside view:

Supplies:
Cardstock:  Mossy Meadow, Crumb Cake, Whisper White
Ink:  Bashful Blue, Lost Lagoon, Baked Brown Sugar, Pool Party
Mossy Meadow
Stamp Set:  Walk in the Wild
Misc:  Stamp-a-ma-jig, corner punch sponges

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving comments.  Have a great week and see you next time.   Heather :)


11 comments:

  1. Wonderful card, Heather! Thanks for joining us this week at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. Marsha DT @ WWC

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  2. Thanks Marsha I appreciate the acknowledgement. Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Wow - such a fabulous job at creating the whole 'atmosphere' on your card, Heather! I can almost hear the small sounds of the marsh as the critters start to wake up on a misty morning.... Great reflection! So glad you joined us for this week's Watercooler Wednesday challenge. ~Deborah

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    1. Thank you Deborah for the wonderful comments. Yes, the little marsh creatures are stirring.

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  4. What a great card!! Love the reflection.

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    1. Thanks Betty Lee It was fun doing this card and also using the stamp-ma-jig

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  5. What a great card Heather. As Deborah said, it truly does look like a mist morning. Thanks for playing along at the Watercooler!

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    1. Thank you for the comments Gail, I appreciate them.

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  6. Heather, Awesome card showcasing the reflection technique. Love the pheasant and the muted colours. :)

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    1. Hey there Girl! Thank you for the comments too.

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  7. Heather, what a great image to use for the Reflection technique. Thank you for joining us over at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges.

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