Sunday, December 15, 2013

Winter Covered Bridge

Hello stampers! We are continuing with our winter December challenge at Craft a Scene. I wanted to have done a tri-shutter card this week, but time ran out.

I hadn't inked up this Stampscapes Snowy Covered Bridge yet and wanted to use it. All the stamping was done with Archival Watering Can ink, which is a great grey, perfect for a winter scene and softer than the black ink that I often stamp my scenes with. I coloured the scene lightly with lilac and grey dye inks, as usual starting with the lightest shades and building up somewhat darker colours.

Highlights were added with a white gel pen and just a tiny bit if mist by dry-brushing white pigment ink on the scene.

Another Christmas card done! There is till plenty of time to join us in the challenge this month.

Happy Stamping!

Anna-Karin

Supplies:
Stamps: Stampscapes: Flock 112A, Pines and Rocks 195G, Old Fence 293G, Pebbles 256A, Snowy Covered Bridge 357F, Snow Texture 362C, Snowy Rocks Sm. 365A, Winter Twigs 367B, Sentiment Sheet 6
Ink: Ranger Archival Ink: Watering Can, Jet Black; Distress Ink: Milled Lavender, Black Soot; Jenni Bowlin: Weather Vane, Shaded Lilac
Paper: Kromecote glossy cardstock; Tim Holtz Core'dinations Color-Core cardstock

2 comments:

  1. Wow your stamping is breathtaking! Tx

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  2. This is beautiful. I love the touches of lilac. Gorgeous!

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