Monday, April 07, 2014

SCACD ELEMENTS RUBBER STAMP BLOG HOP!!!
SCACD is releasing four rubber stamps which are collectively called The Elements Collection. They were inspired by nature's four elements. Thoughts of water, wind, fire and earth so powerful in nature captured in these women thru collaboration with SCACD Artist Carmen Medlin. 

The SCACD Design Team and some amazing Guest Designers have put together a hop to showcase these stunning images.  I am the first stop on this hop and the complete list of participants can be found on the store blog HERE.


For the hop I got to work with the image EARTH.  Isn't she just amazing?



I stamped the image with Momento Ink and then colored it up with Copics and Prismacolor markers.  After fussing cutting the image, I created the perfect background using the Dies by SCACD Breezy Branches Statement Corner and Dandelion Knoll Statement Corner.

You next stop on the hop is the super talented KIM and her post is HERE.

Now available in the USA are the SCACD April 7th rubber stamp release HERE. SCACD Digital images for USA and International can always be found HERE.
For locating SCACD rubber stamps, including the New Release, our International Friends please check out Quixotic Paperie HERE!!!

Get Inky!
Alex

9 comments:

Elaine Hughes said...

I do love Earth, she's so beautiful.:)

Sandi D said...

Ooooh she's beautiful! Love that backgroud technique too! xoxox

Kathi said...

Earth is lovely. I really love what you've done with her and also love how you used SCACD's die cuts!

Marnie said...

So pretty and soft love how she turned out!

Penny said...

Beautiful design, Alex! Love the image in the center of those amazing die cuts! Your image is fabulous; love the wonderful colors you used for her! :^)
Hugs, Penny

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Carmen Medlin said...

Lovely work, Alex! I like the jungly dies you added too :)

Alaine said...

Love the green and pink combo here. And the background with the die cuts is great! Great job!

Teresa Abajo said...

Awesome job of colouring!