Sunday, June 3, 2012

Craft a Scene DT

Hi everyone!

Today I have some fun news to share. I am on the Craft a Scene design team! Craft a Scene is a challenge site focusing on scenic stamping. I am sure most of you already know that I love scenic stamping, so I am very happy to be on the team. Here are links to the blogs of the rest of the great DT:

Nancy (owner): Crafting Passions
Nadia: Scrap Affair

To celebrate I thought I would share a scene that I made before starting this blog - it also happens to fit with this month's challenge theme at Craft a Scene, which is Beach - a bit of sand and water. Lots of possibilities with this great theme.


This scene is 8.5 x 5.5 inches and is done on glossy cardstock and coloured with dye inks using a Colorbox Stylus tool. The stars were stamped with Memento Paris Dusk, with some lighter areas added with markers direct to the rubber. The clouds were stamped with three different shades of pink and purple inks. The rest of the stamping was done with Archival Jet Black ink. The inks listed in the supply list were used to colour the scene, starting with the lightest shade (Salmon) and gradually going darker. Highlights were added with a white gel pen and mist was added with thin layers of Colorbox Frost White.

Thank you for stopping by!!

Anna-Karin

Supplies: Stampscapes stamps: Nebula with Star 114G, Milky Way 057G, Cloud Cumulus 018E, Flock 112A, Palm Stalks 123F, Frond #2 137C, Frond #3 138C, Seaside Cove Sm 308G, Palm Island 120F; Adirondack ink: Salmon, Purple Twilight; Distress Ink: Worn Lipstick, Dusty Concord; Jenni Bowlin ink Chewing Gum; Memento: Paris Dusk, Sweet Plum; Memento markers: Rose Bud, Lilac Posies; Colorbox Frost White; glossy cardstock; white gel pen.

5 comments:

  1. Stunning piece of work, love the detail.

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  2. Congratulations! Welcome to the design team of Craft a Scene! Looking forward to see more of your work, your cards are beautiful, take care, Anja

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  3. You know... I am back to look at this masterpice! I wish I was there to watch you do it, I tried today... just following your description-and threw everything away...(

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  4. Hi there Anna-Karin, have just come over from the Craft a Scene blog - although not played much love to see what whats going on and hope to do so more soon.. all being well...
    ah you make this sound so easy but totally love what you have done here! maybe link over to one of the step by step photos on these scenes on Stampscapes for those who are not familiar with the method??? thanks for sharing - oh also I have joined your blog as do love it Shaz in oz.x

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