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Sunrise and Sunset

This week's Technique Lovers challenge at SCS was sunrises and sunsets.  The Global Design Project color challenge is monochromatic (#GDP185.).  So I combined the two and made two cards - one a sunrise and one a sunset or both sunrises or both sunsets - however you like to think of them.


Both cards are made using the SU! set Rooted in Nature.  For this one I used the thinking of you sentiment and the pine trees. Masking and sponging around a circle ad a paper across the bottom section.  I thought some extra rays would make it look more like sunrise but not so sure it worked - I am still going with this is a sunrise.


For this second card, I used a different Rooted in Nature tree.  I stamped it three times and drew in a hammock.  A different sentiment in the set was used as well, but I masked off the bottom part of it.  I used a white gel pen to add in some thin clouds and some dots in the ground to make it look like a bit of grass or something.  This is my sunset card.

 I haven't participated in the Global Design Project challenges before but there are some talented DT members and participants so I thought I would try it. 


Fun challenges.  Hugz

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  1. Great sunsets Nancy. I especially love your second card it makes me thing African sunset :)

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  2. Gorgeous cards Nancy, you have created two wonderful scenes.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
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  3. They're both gorgeous scenes you've created, and I love the road leading to the sun image! Beautifully done on both cards!

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  4. These are both so beautifully done. Get job on the designs!

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