Good Wednesday mornin’!  Smiley from millan.net I’m sure you’re all thinking, what the hell as the BAD one done now?  Well, I did get out yesterday (now don’t faint or anything) but I actually put a few miles on my car.  I think it might be the first time I’ve driven in just about 3 weeks . . . I’ve become such a homebody!  Me getting out on the open road caused enough of a scene, however . . . .

This being Wednesday, it is Rubbernecker WACKY WEDNESDAY, and Candy has challenged us to make a card/project using chipboard or a button, or both.  This week, Rubbernecker will be awarding one winner, 40% off their entire order.  All the deets for this week’s challenge and how to participate are on the RN Blog.

What did I do to Cause a Scene?  Well, today you will see on the blogs’ of the Rubbernecker Red-Hot Mommas, previews/sneak peeks of new Kittie Kits – Cause a Scene Sets that will be released tomorrow!  During the release tomorrow, there will be a Blog Stroll celebrating Kittie’s new releases.  Just like the first Blog Stroll, there will be prizes and lots of fun!  You’ll need to start at the RN Blog tomorrow and follow the clues along the way.  You won’t be sorry!

Oh the scene thing . . . . I stamped with the new Chicken Coop Kittie Kit!

KKChickenCoopWW8

I don’t often create little scenes (only big ones) like this one, but I must admit that I got totally lost in the coloring!  I can see why Kittie thinks of her scenes as therapeutic.  Once I had the scene water colored, I sanded the edges down to leave just a hint of white.  The background paper was misted with water, scrunched up to cause wrinkles, ironed dry and then sanded to show wear and tear.  For the challenge, I used a vintage button that I found in all the buttons that my aunt gave me.  I also need to add that the color of the hen and chicks were inspired by all the photos that Anna has been showing on her blog recently.

  • Stamps:  Kittie Kits – Cause a Scene Outdoor Master #1 and Chicken Coop Scene #7 from Rubbernecker Stamps 
  • Paper:  Strathmore Watercolor; Prism Crabapple Dark and Spring Willow Dark; Core-dinations Vintage Collection Reminisce
  • Ink:  Ranger Archival Jet Black and Vintage Photo, Antique Linen, Aged Mahogany, Fired Brick, Walnut Stain, Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, Broken China and Scattered Straw Distress
  • Accessories:  Ranger Mini Mister; Tsukineko Sponge Dauber; Venture Foam Tape; Koi Water Brushes; Sanding Tools; Vintage Button; Ribbon; Twine; Scallop Border Punch; Brads

Thanks for stopping by today and don’t forget to check out the WACKY WEDNESDAY Challenge and please come back for the Blog Stroll tomorrow . . . who knows, you might win some new Kittie Kits!

13 Responses to “I’ve Caused a Scene!”

  1. I’m having fun being the first to comment on all the “momma’s” post this morning. Sherry, this is so darn cute. I love that you used the wood fence to close in your chicken yard and you have captured such an adorable setting. I know even Anna would love strolling around this scene. Thanks for such a beautiful release piece. I love it and I love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I could walk right into your scene, awesome Sherry!

  3. This is so cute !!! wow,..wish I could have that darn Kittie to my house for a lesson!

    Now there is an idea for a prize!! lol

  4. WOW, Sherry, what a fabulous scene…I love, love, love the wood fence and trees in the background and the gorgeous coloring on the chickens and coop!!!!!! You need to frame this beauty!!!

  5. Woo hoo! You caused such a fabulous scene! Love your deep, rich colors and that great crumpled background look!!

  6. Wowwwwww………… LOVE the wood fence and your rich red coloring on the coop and mother hen. WOW!

  7. NOW….admit it…..Kittie did this and you just added your little special touches!! hehe….Miss Kittie must be so proud of you!! Great job!! (and I have to comment that as I was coloring an image the other day, DH asked if I was stressed as I tend to color when I am as it is relaxing to me! hehe)

  8. Quick, hand me some chicken feed! I suddenly feel the need to feed some chickens. Your scene is just marvelous Cherry. I love Kitties new set and am looking forward to tomorrow’s blog stroll.

  9. WOW–you really went to town on this–or went to the farm!!
    I love it all—the rough grass under the tree–the fences–the tree–the coop–and those cute chickens!!!

    Beautifully done, Sherry!

  10. Sweet card Sherry! I really enjoy how you created such depth and warmth in the trees :)

    Yes Miss Anna and her chicks are too cute ~ can’t wait to see how she decorates her new coop.

  11. Love your little red hen! Awesome coloring! You make it look so easy!

  12. Neat scene and just love how you did the background paper!

  13. you did a marvy job with this stamp set! and I love the addition of the gingham ribbon – isn’t that such fun to play with sometimes? neat scallops, too!

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