Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Don't Fence Me In Challenge

Today at Double D Challenges our theme is
Don't Fence Me In,
meaning we want to see a fence on your project!

Just for your fun inspiration we have the mood board below
you give you a few ideas!!



Back when SU released their Jan-June 2020 mini catalog
I saw the cutest card made with a fence that opened
and thought it  represented the upper left corner well.
I had planned on buying the stamp set and so on but of course

as usual, time got away from me.
I decided I would see what I had in my stash to 'case' their card.

My card is a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2, it had to be to fit everything on!
I will list all supplies below.

I started with a brick embossing folder and lucky for me it ran
width wise instead of lengthwise.
I had to emboss it in two parts
then when done I rubbed white ink here and there on it.
I die cut a circle from the center then inked behind it on the card base.
then stamped my sentiment, cut a second circle (one inside the other)
for the ring around the outer side.


Then I just gathered up various stamps and a few already die cuts from my stash.
(cats~grasses~butterfly~and the inner 'trims')


When the gate opens, inside are a few more flowers and a little kitty hiding.


Plenty of fabulous inspiration from the Design Team...
pop on over to Double D and take a peek!


Supplies Used:
Stamps:  SU Silhouette Sentiments
Power Poppy Lavender
JustRite Seeds of Summer
Embossing Folder:  the paper Studio Bricks

15 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful card, loving the awesome design and colours used, xx

LesleyG said...

Love this beautiful garden scene Diane xxx

Donna Phelan said...

Oh isn't this beautiful! I love this garden gate fence, it's quite fabulous! Your scene is so perfect! It feels like the entrance to a secret garden....LOVE this!!!

Darlene said...

This is FABULOUS! Love the dimension you've achieved! Your brick wall looks fabulous and love the garden w/kitties! How cool is that ... your gate opens for me to walk right in and smell the flower! Well done my friend! GREAT scene and use of all these pretty elements!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Beautiful garden scene. Gorgeous array of flowers displayed.

Judy Woodland said...

This is really cute, LOVE the flowers and that little kitty. I have the SU die you are talking about, and used it on my card. I like your little fence, it's perfect.

Leslie Miller said...

OMG, so pretty, Diane! You did such a beautiful job on this totally enchanting card. Kitties in the garden -- love! I adore fences and will have to play. Wait for me, okay? I know you can't wait, sheesh, but I really do want to play!

Birgit said...

Oh Diane, your little garden gate is beautiful! What a magical entry into a lovely garden. The coloring on the brick is perfect and I love that your little gate opens. So, so cute!!!

KandA said...

This is beautiful Diane. I love the little garden you've created xx

Vicki said...

A sentiment that could not be more true, for sure. Beautiful garden scene, Diane. Love the fence!

Margarets designer cards said...

Fabulous card, I love the fence with the flowers

Gail said...

Thank you Diane for leaving a post on my blog regarding my Fence card and the new blogger - jeepers - I wish we could have the old interface - so much easier! Thanks again! Beautiful fence card here - a nice white fence and lovely flowers - TFS

Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

A very pretty little garden. I love how the fence opens.

Kathy Krug said...

Fabulous layout. I love how you framed the sentiment with the flowers and gate and the cat looks like he is ready to go into the garden.

Vicky Hayes said...

How resourceful you are Diane - this is a brilliant CASE! Love the soft brick background and the arch and opening gate with all those bright flowers. Those little pusscats add the perfect detail too! Vicky x