The 'Snowy Cottage' challenge theme for this month continues at Craft a Scene. There is still plenty of time to link your scenes. You don't need to have a stamp with a typical winter cottage, with snow on the roof, any house, cabin or cottage stamp can be made snowy, as I did below:
The sky was done in a simple manner, by using the same colours as used in the landscape, except the warm brown tones. To give the scene an even snowier look, snow was added with a white gel pen, on the roof of the cabin, the stumps, the fences, branches and pine trees. Branches were stamped with white pigment ink, and the grass texture stamped was stamped with white pigment ink here and there, also in the sky.
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Stamps: Stampscapes: Leafless Limbs 052C, Leafless Limbs Lg. 053F, Tree Duo Lg. 086D, Flock 112A, Cabin With Fence 144F, Hiker & Child 165A, Sedge Filler 251C, Tall Grass Sm. 254B, Prickly Branches 272G, Fence 289D, Old Fence 293C, Stump Sm. 303A, Stump Lg. 311B
Ink: Archival Ink Jet Black; Jenni Bowin Weather Wane; Adirondack: Pitch Black, Pebble, Mushroom, Slate, Aqua; Memento: London Fog; Distress Ink: Pumice Stone, Frayed Burlap, Evergreen Bough; Colorbox Frost White
Surface: Kromekote glossy cardstock
Pen: white gel pen