After purchasing the "Landscape" die by Mama Elephant at Island Scrapbooking, creating a scene became easy-peasy. I totally LOVE this die and having a blast with it. I knew that the "Garden Pots" and "Garden Tools" dies by Memory Box would go hand-in-hand for a scene-type card but I needed a "person." So I looked thru my collection of Sister Stamps because many of their images are easy to tweak. When I saw Kimie, I knew she was "the one." The actual image has her petting her little bunny which I clipped off. I then placed the gardening tool in her left hand and flower stem in her right. For the pile of dirt, it was flat at first but I needed dimension, so I took a little piece of a cottonball and placed it under, then adhered it with double-sided tape. Oh, and a tiny slit was cut to insert the little hand shovel. For dimension in the foreground, I used the "Stitched Scallop Border" die by Lawn Fawn. Thought it would go well with the "Landscape" dies because both have the stitched look.
Here's a pix of all the dies I used including "Kimie" in the actual image with 3 of her furry friends. All are from Island Scrapbooking.
Speaking of furry friends, a couple of months ago, I posted a pix of the cute "little" bunny that my youngest son and his girlfriend adopted. At that time they couldn't tell if it was a male or female so the bunny had no name. Well, although they still don't know the gender bunny finally has a name. It's "Bun Bun." Oh but let me tell you, Bun Bun is no longer "little." Here's Bun Bun then........
And Bun Bun now. I swear he/she is the biggest rabbit I've ever seen. Bun Bun's fur is SO LONG now that he/she has dreadlocks by his/her belly. LOL.
Thanks for stopping by and HAVE A SCRAP HAPPY DAY! Toodles.