Here's the third of my scenic stamping pieces that have been turned into Stampscapes idea cards. Here's the first post about this. This scene was a birthday gift to my sister. It measures 5.5” x 8.5” and it done on glossy cardstock.
This scene uses quite many stamps and was first planned on scrap paper. The stamping was done with black and green ink. The Tree Duo was stamped repeatedly among the trees behind the cabin to make the forest denser, as well as on top of the tall mountain. Dye inks were applied with a Stylus Tool and Fantastix, starting with the lightest shades of ink. I wanted to keep the scene relatively light, so I was careful when applying the darker colors. The white of the paper was left in parts of the sky, waterfalls and river. A bit of purple was added to the mountains and pink to the water and sky.
The Water Pattern was stamped in the river using blue ink in first and second generation impressions, going lighter where the water is lighter. Highlights and flowers were drawn with white, pink and purple gel pens. Mist and clouds were added with white pigment ink and I tried to use it to make the tall mountain look like it is further away. At first, the birds were stamped twice in the sky, but I smudged the second impression; luckily the Oak Branch concealed the mistake perfectly.
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Supplies: Stampscapes: Cascading Falls Lg. 015G, Tall Rock with Falls Lg. 082G, Side Falls Lg. 075G, Rock 129B, Waterside Bluff (left) 148F, Waterside Bluff (right) 149F, Cabin with Fence 144F, Buck Lg. 009B, Pine Tree 196F, Oak Branch 203G, Water Pattern 231C, Flock in Water 225D, Grass Texture 208D, Curvy Branch 271G, Migrating Birds 152D, Tree Duo Lg. 086B, Pebbles 256A; Inks: Archival: Jet Black, Olive; Adirondack: Aqua, Pool, Stonewashed, Willow, Lettuce, Pesto, Slate; Distress Ink: Pumice Stone, Dusty Concord; Jenni Bowlin Soap Powder; Memento: Sweet Plum, Bamboo Leaves, Pear Tart, Danube Blue, Angel Pink, London Fog; Colorbox Frost White; gel pens.