Thursday, May 17, 2012

DYSU Challenge #72 - Landscape

It's time for another challenge at DYSU and this week we're asking you to Create A Landscape!  So, get your thinking caps on, and lets see your interpretation of landscapes!

We have 3 wonderful sponsors this week:

Copic Marker Scrapbooking 6 copic ciao marker (North/South America), Martha Stewart punch (rest of the world) 

Pink Cat Studio Winner’s Choice of 5 Digis

The Ribbon Reel £10 Gift Voucher

For my first card I chose to make my hunting loving husband a Father's Day card and a bookmark to use for all his hunting related reading. Love using Divine Twine for these kind of projects. The manly man would balk at anything feminine. lol Our lovely sponsor, The Ribbon Reel, has a terrific assortment of Divine twine as well as a fantastic selection of ribbon. Go check it out here!

This card is definitely a hybrid. The background is a digital image and the rest is made from stamps, punches and dies. I love making scenes on cards so this challenge was fun for me!

Hope you'll join us this week at DYSU! I can't wait to see all your landscape cards!


  1. Three gorgeous creations in true Mary Jo style. I love them!!
    Denise xx

  2. I love both cards and your fab bookmark, that die cut tree looks amazing against that beautiful blue sky, and the deer scenes are finished beautifully with the little clouds in the sky.

  3. Wow - two stunning designs. I love how the bookmark & card looks so stunning - both color wise and design wise. The second one is perfect - superb lil scene with the fields and the cute lil stunning red bird. What a great card (i'm trying not to fall weak to getting that tree die card ;)

  4. Fabulous cards, Mary Jo! LOVE the combination of a card and bookmark for Father's Day, and that little pop of birdie red is just was that delicious, soft blue sky needed!

  5. Mary Jo!! I love both cards ;) The first one is masculine yest very delicate. But that second one.... MY GOD!! If you ever want to brighten my day, send that card to me LOL! Great job on the challenge!! Hugs, Joan