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Canoers Leaving Birch Grove

Stamps used are “Birch – Two Straight, Lg.”, “Birch – Two Crossed, Lg.”, “Birch Grove”, “Two Ducks”,  lower part of “Ship” stamp used for waves, “Canoeing”, “Rock” (Retired stamp not in current catalog, email for availability), “Rocks & Grass”, “Wild Grass.” Colored with markers and pencils. Card by Margaret Wiggin.

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Wildlife Behind, Beside & Above Canoers

“Pine Forest”, “Two Ducks”, “Canoeing”, “Trout, Sm.”, “Bird Dog”, “Leafy Plant” and “Scenic – Shrubs/Clouds” are stamped in black Memories and colored with chalk, pencils and markers. Card by Jean Rhodes.

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Zuni Pots, Cactus & Southwest Mountains

“Narrow Butte, Sm.” and “Kneeling Nun, Sm.” (retired stamp, email for availability) were stamped on cinnamon colored card stock and colored with chalks. The sky was chalked also and the card was sprayed with a sealer. “Prickly Pear, Med.” was stamped three times on glossy white card stock, colored with pencils, cut out and mounted with double stick tape at three levels so as to be in front of the Kneeling Nun stamp giving depth perception. On brown card stock, two “Zuni Pot, Lg.” and two “Zuni Pot, Sm.” are stamped and embossed with Desert Sand embossing powder, cut out and mounted on foam dots at the lower part of the card. The card is cut with deckle scissors and layered on yellow card stock cut with deckle scissors, then layered on black card stock. Card by Margaret Wiggin.

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Pond with Lily Pads, Cattails and Frogs

Stamps used are, “Margaret’s Frog on Lily Pad”“Frog on Lily Pad, Sm.”, “Dinner in Sight, Sm.”, “Cattails”, “Swamp Grass”, “Tall Grass, Lg.”“Leafy Plant”, “Rocks & Grass”, “Large Brownie Rock”“Lily Pad Flower”, “Lily Pad #1”, “Four Brownie Cattails”, “Lily Pond”” Ivy”, “Lily Pad.” White card stock was stamped with black Memories ink and colored with pencils. “Margaret’s Frog on Lily Pad” was cut out and mounted with foam dots. Card by Margaret Wiggin.

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Caribou in the Forest

Stamps used are “Caribou, Lg.”, “Rocks & Grass”“Large Brownie Rock” and “Pine Silhouette.” The clouds are sponged using a stencil. The caribou is stamped once on ivory card stock, then stamped again, cut out (except for the antlers) and mounted with foam tabs to give a 3-D effect. The images are stamped in color and colored with pencils. The card is edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen and layered on green card stock and confetti card stock. Card by Mary Hansen.

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Eskimo Child with Fish

Stamps used are “Eskimo Child”, “Uneven Ground/Snowdrifts” and “Pine Silhouette.” The pine trees are stamped alternately without re-inking on ivory card stock to give the illusion of seeing them in the distance through the fog. The Eskimo child is stamped once on the card, then again, cut out and mounted with foam tabs to give a 3-D effect. The images are stamped in color and colored with pencils. The ivory card stock is layered onto hunter green and ivory card stock. Card by Mary Hansen.

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Dog Sled & Husky Dog

Stamps used are “Dog Sled”, “Husky Dog”, “Pine Silhouette” and “Uneven Ground/Snowdrifts.” The pine trees are stamped alternately without re-inking on ivory card stock to give the illusion of seeing them in the distance through the fog. The Husky dog is stamped once on the card, then again, cut out and mounted with foam tabs to give a 3-D effect. The images are stamped in color and colored with pencils. A white out pen is used to add snow to the trees and ground. The gray card stock is layered onto black, burgundy and ivory card stock. Card by Mary Hansen.

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Polar Bear & Cubs

Stamps used are “Polar Bear & Cubs”, “Pine Silhouette”, “Uneven Ground/Snowdrifts” and the water on the lower portion of “Ship” to give the motion in the water. a white out pen was used to outline the edge of the water and to give the appearance of ice or snow on the water. One pine tree and the polar bears were stamped, cut out and mounted on foam tabs to give a 3-D appearance. The images were stamped on ivory paper with color and colored with pencils, then layered on navy blue card stock and another ivory card stock. Card by Mary Hansen.