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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Dutch Scene Card using Country Views and Sunburst Scenes (by Anne)

Here is another of my designs created for the recent TV shows on the Craft Channel using the lovely scene building stamp sets - Country Views and Sunburst Scenes.

I love scene building. I disappear into a fantasy world while creating these.
I hope that you like my Dutch inspired scenic project.

Anne x.



  • White card blank 20.5cm square, white stamping card, blue and white pearlescent card
  • Copy paper to create masks
  • Distress Inkpad (Chipped Sapphire)
  • Fine marker pen and alcohol ink marker (dark blue)
  • Adhesive

How to make it:

  1. Cut a decorative mat approx. 18cm diameter and back with blue card. Cut small corner elements in blue card. Cut circular topper approx. 13.5cm diameter from stamping card (to fit onto decorative mat).
  2. Stamp the scene using Distress Ink. Use masks to cover the foreground images while stamping the ones behind in the background. Complete the scene using the fine blue pen.
  3. Colour the image by putting Distress Ink onto a tile or palette and picking up ink with a wet brush.
  4. Outline the edges of the topper with blue alcohol ink.
  5. Glue decorative mat, corners and topper onto the card blank.



  1. Love the dutch-tile design and colours! What a super idea!

  2. Wow-how gorgeous. Who would have guessed this is made from so many little pieces.

  3. Wow what a beautiful delft like card, very clever.

  4. Just absolutely breathtaking

  5. This is beautiful Anne and I love the look of look of Delft pottery you have achieved and such a lovely blue and highlighted so prettily with that embossed circle and corners. x

  6. wonderful make Anne - it really does look like a plate scene - brilliant! Hugs rachel x

  7. Hi Anne this is stunning work, I love the Delft look and scene created, great inspirations, Kate x

  8. Gorgeous. I love the Delft look too.


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