I love the prompts at 365 card! Some year maybe I will make them all.
Today, I finished Challenge 182, to create a landscape with torn paper.
For this card I used a white 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch card blank. The papers that were torn all all from the Graphic 45 Secret Garden collection. The mailbox was cut from a Webster's Pages 6 x 6 inch paper. I have a really old Plaid metal ruler that I use to help with tearing the edges. The "snow" on the mountains was created using White Picket Fence Distress Stickles. I have been using them for snow and whitecaps lately. I used a little bit of blue Sakura Glaze pen to add dimension to the mountains.
For day 183, the challenge was buttons, bows and beads. For the base of this card I made a stair step card base of blue card stock from Bazzill. (Look to Split Coast Stampers for a fine tutorial on making these). All of the patterned paper is by Tim Coffey for K & company, the travel collection. The stamp is a digital from Queen Kat Designs of a fabulous mermaid. I colored her with Crayola colored pencils and added Watercolor Stickles for the bubbles, and Glitter Stickles for the necklace. So how about the challenge elements? She has a Swarovski crystal drop in her hair, a bow on the first step and blue and white vintage buttons on the third layer.
Have a blessed 4th of July! May we always be "One Nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all!"