So, I decided to give another contest a try today. For the Cricut Circle Weekly contest we had to create a card using a piece of artwork as inspiration. I looked at this artwork with cabins along the river and I saw what seemed to be stitching and then thought of quilts.
The first thing I did was cut 1" squares using George Basic Shapes. I then glued these all down in a quilt like pattern. I didn't want to have the grass be in a zig zag so I cut some green squares in half so that it would be straight across. I then used a Copic Multiliner and a ruler to add little dashes where each piece met to give it the stitched look. I then used My Community to cut out the brick house at 4 inches and the pine tree at 2.5 inches. When I cut the brick house I traced each cut with the multiliner in order to help it pop more. I popped the brick house from the card in order to add some dimension. The pine tree was attached to the card and I added dashed lines in order to give the look that it was sewn on. I then used Create a Critter to cut out the cloud for the card. I glued that piece right to the card and again "stitched" around the image. I then looked at the card and it needed a sentiment. I used a CTMH "Hello" stamp and Cranberry ink to add the sentiment.
Thanks for looking and I hope my inspiration challenge may have inspired you.