Thursday, November 24, 2022

Grassy Grove Framed Art for the Ink and Inspiration Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the Ink & Inspiration Blog Hop. You are currently visiting Robbie Susan Chandler from Florida in the United States. I hope you enjoy my project I'm sharing with you today.

Our challenge was to draw inspiration from the above image and/or colors. I was inspired by both!


My project is framed artwork using the Grassy Grove and Eden Dies with a sunset background.

The base is a 4" x 6" piece of Thick Basic White. I tore one edge of a 2" x 6" piece of Poppy Parade and a piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock. Each piece was sponged on the torn edge with Poppy Parade ink. These pieces were adhered to the Basic White base in the following order: a 2" X 6" piece of Crushed Curry at the top, then the Pumpkin Pie piece on top of that, lastly the Poppy Parade piece on top of that so that they all fit on the 4" x 6" base.

The trees from the Grass Grove dies were cut out of Evening Evergreen cardstock then adhere over the background pieces. The deer were cut from Early Espress and adhered with dimensionals.
Eden Dies and Soft Suede cardstock were used to cut the wreath and it was adhered over the trees. This piece was then put in a 5" x 7" frame after removing the glass.

A leaf was cut out of matte rose gold paper with a die from Forever Flourish, cut into 4 pieces, and adhered under a bow tied from Silver Thread Twine that was adhered to the bottom right-hand corner.



I hope my project has inspired you & brightened your day. Links to the supplies I used are listed below. 

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  1. Love the home decor frame you were inspired to create! Love the Eden Dies frame around the cove... such a lovely touch along with the Forever Flourish sprig.

  2. Yup, I would frame that one too! I love the sponging on the torn edges, it enhances the layers nicely. The colors are beautiful and the frame really set is off!

  3. WOW WOW WOW! Simply love your interpretation of this one. Using torn card with inked edges in place of the inks is a brilliant move. You've hit the right balance with the dies and card colours used.
    Thank you so very much for sharing, this really is inspiring. I don't use Facebook so really appreciate hopping along with everyone.

  4. Cute card Robbie, I love the vibrant background x


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