This card started off with an artichoke base. The Victorian Floral backgrounder panel was stamped in olive dye ink on celery cardstock and the corners clipped with a ticket corner punch.
The beautiful wishing well was stamped with Ranger's Peeled Paint (green) Distress Ink on Arturo celadon paper (from Ellen Hutson's store) and lightly colored with watercolor pencils. The flowers were dotted/colored with gel pens, to give a raised shiny surface to them -- that's where I wanted the focus to be.
The image was trimmed around the stamped rectangle and then placed on the floral panel for proper placement. I lightly traced around the well image with pencil and then cut the window opening. The well piece was adhered flat to the artichoke card base and then the floral panel mounted with dimensionals to the card base, over the well image.
The sentiment was stamped in olive dye ink on the celadon paper, the edges inked and distressed and mounted with dimensionals to the floral panel. A piece of olive narrow organdy ribbon was tied thru the window opening, around the right side of the card.
Supplies - Stamps: Make a Wish Cottage Vignette & Delight Yourself (Thomas Kinkade), Victorian Floral (SonLight Impressions) - all from Cornish Heritage Farms.
Paper: Stampin’ Up! Certainly Celery & Always Artichoke cardstock, Arturo Celadon paper.
Ink: Stampin’ Up! Classic Old Olive, Ranger Distress Ink-Peeled Paint (green).
Accessories: Stampin’ Up! Olive Narrow Organdy Ribbon & Ticket Corner Punch, Sakura Souffle & Glaze Gelly Roll pens, Derwent watercolor pencils.
One more Kinkade project left to show you tomorrow!