Thursday, July 11, 2013

Raven in a Plum Tree

I created this digital card with a digital stamp from Smeared Ink. It is from the Quoth the Raven set. I used a Vincent VanGogh painting called Plum Tree in Bloom for my background. I used Pixlr to add scribbles, blood drip, sentiment and a border to the piece.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:

Smudgy Antics - in the wild
Crafter's Cafe - #19 anything goes
Left of Center - #9 sentiment or LOC
Challenges4Everybody - #24 anything goes
Party Time Tuesday - #128 wing it
Paper Makeup Stamps - #96 anything goes
Haunted Design House - anything goes
Creative Card Crew - #40 outdoors

♥ Wendy


  1. oh this is different, pleased i stopped by your blog

    sarah DD team

  2. Wonderful digital project, thanks fro joining us at Crafters Cafe this week

  3. Love the birght background with the fab dark raven. Thanks for sharing with HDH. xxD

  4. Amazing! I love Ravens with a passion and all that gorgeous colour & texture makes him pop even more. Digital cards seem like such an interesting medium. What a brilliant idea you had to use the Vincent VanGogh painting as your background. Wow.

  5. Wonderful card...Thanks for sharing it with us at PTT...

  6. Fab digital card. Love the colors in the background, makes the raven really pop.

  7. oh wow I love this!That raven looks perfect on the background.
    Thank you for joining us at Smudgy Antics and Left of center
    Shell xx

  8. Just a fabulous depiction of both elements combined Wendy. Love the colours. Thanks for sharing with us at Smudgy Antics

    1. and Thank you for sharing your art with us in the Dungeon at HDH

  9. Frickin' brilliant, dynamic piece! Love it! Thanks for sharing with Smudgy Antics :)

  10. Brilliant Wendy.... perfection.

  11. Very striking! Gotta love that bird. Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design House x

  12. GORGEEEEEEEUSSSSS - the colours are fantastic. A superb creation. Thank you for playing along at HAUNTED DESIGN HOUSE

    IKE xxx

  13. STUNNING piece! The background and the Raven work beautifully together :) Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design House and Smudgy Antics :)