Sunday, August 16, 2009

Cottage Scene with Guest Designer, Cathy Edgar

Hello and happy Monday! Today I have an amazing project to show you created by my guest designer, Cathy Edgar. She made this beuatiful cottage scene by combining images from Timeless Treasures and Happy Camper (mountain stamp) and she drew the table, chair, floor and window by hand!

She used the cameo as a portrait hanging on the wall. Isn't that clever!

And I love the way she grouped the hourglass, key and book images on the table. She colored the book spine blue, which really compliments and balances the lighter blues on the walls and cameo.

Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

Here is the recipe Cathy used for this card.
GinaK 80# white cs
copic markers
Tim Holtz distress ink around the walls and window
Timeless Treasures hour glass,book with glasses, key on the table
Timeless Treasures Cameo used as portrait
Mountain stamp with trees from Happy Camper
Cracked background stamp from Bold Flowers
brads as curtain mounts and key brad on wall


Juls said...

so gorgeous! Love how you have created the inside of a room!

Patti J. said...

Beautiful job!!! Love it!

"Tillymint" said...

How clever is this!

Melanie said...

fabulous Cathy!

the PaperTemptress said...

Wow, wow, wow, wow, and wow! That is an amazing composition of stamps. As usual (just a different artist) I am blown away! This is one blog I NEVER MISS!

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"A GIRL CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MUCH PAPER" - Lisa Bearnson (and copic markers)

Marimer said...

Precioso y novedoso trabajo de tu invitada, se ve que ha tomado bien tus clases. Enhorauena.

Jennie said...

This is just amazing! I love all of the detail Cathy gave to the scene and the window blows me away!

Dawn Frost said...

Wow you are so right, Cathy Edgar is
an amazing artist! The scene is totally incredible!

Deb Neerman said...

WoWzA, this is incredible!!

lisa808 said...

OH MY GOSH! What an amazing card. The detail is unbelieveable. This card should be framed and hung in a place of honor.