Saturday, 18 March 2017

In the City by Donna Gray


Hi everyone,


Donna here today with a set of Tim’s wonderful new dies…I just couldn’t resist them!! This is a really quick card to make and have in your stash for that male in your life ;)







What to do:


Take a sheet of Strathmore Mixed Media Paper and sprinkle some of the new Infusions, I used Rocky Road, spritz with water until you get the colour you want, then blot with kitchen roll and heat dry.

The ‘planet’ behind the cityscape was cut with a circle cutter from a scrap of Gelli printed paper using DecoArt paints. If you haven’t got a circle cutter then a circle die would do or even use a little plate to cut around!

The cityscape was cut from patterned paper but you can use absolutely anything for this, I just thought this paper had a great industrial quality to it.

Adhere everything to the background, I used foam pads to prop the cityscape up in the foreground to give more depth.

Add a Tim Holtz sentiment sticker, mount onto black card and then white cardstock and you’re good to go ;)


Supplies Used:


Foam Pads
  

Hope you like it

Donna x

11 comments:

  1. What fabulous texture and interest!

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  2. A really fabulous cityscape Donna and so very dimensional too. Just love how you put this together.
    I have this set too and can't wait for time to play.
    Fliss xx

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  3. I don't need those Dies, I don't need those Dies, I don't need those Dies, love this!! Great choice of paper to die cut them from makes a fabulous card.
    Love
    Amanda x

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  4. oooooh this is so cool Donna - LOVE it!
    (fab dies!)
    Gill x

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  5. WOW, this turned out so cool! Love those dies! They look amazing cut out from patterned paper like this. Thanks for sharing! xx

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  6. Sweet...all this inspiration on these dies has given me new reason to create a list of things to buy. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Great textures Donna and cool design.
    Julie x

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  8. Love what you've done with the Cityscape dies, and your skies are fabulous behind too!
    Alison x

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  9. Oooh been away - nearly missed this! Fab xx

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  10. What a wonderful variation on the Cityscape dies! Really creative and beautiful.

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