Mini Slimline Scene Card – Penguin Palace

Hello and welcome back crafty friends! Today, I’m up on the Penguin Palace Blog for a design team post, and I thought I’d make a card inspired by this month’s Penguin Palace Challenge color palette!

I started by cutting out the background panel using the PP Cinematic Shadow Box – Stand-Alone Die, and ink blending a sky using the My Favorite Things Cloud Stencil and Tumbled Glass distress ink. Next, I created the hill by cutting some Apple Green cardstock using a die from the Mountain Landscape Scene Builder – Stencil & Die Set. I cut the road from black cardstock using the Sidewalk Scene Builder – Stand-Alone Die, and added some Hickory Smoke distress oxide ink to add some additional dimension.

I stamped some of the images from the Enchanting Paris stamp set and cut them out with the coordinating dies. Then I Copic colored the images using the colors listed below:

  • Roofs–N6, N4, N2, N0
  • Windows–BG000, BG0000
  • Bike–N6, N4, N2
  • Red house/door–R29, R27 R24 (left) | T24, R22 (right)
  • Pink house/door–RV14, RV23, RV11
  • Yellow house/door–Y18, Y21
  • Blue house/door–BG09, BG45, BG53

Once the images were colored, I adhered all of them to the card to create my little scene. Then, I stamped a sentiment from the My BFF stamp set to finish off the card!

Everyone is welcome to join in the Penguin Palace monthly challenges—and there’s a chance to win a $25 gift card to the ppstamps.com shop! All you have to do is create a project inspired by the graphic using at least one Penguin Palace product as your focal point and add your project to the blog using the link tool! For the full details and to enter your project head HERE!

Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you have a wonderful day!

Candice


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