Sunday, October 19, 2014

Winter Moon Scene

Hello stampers! We are continuing our By the Silver Moon October challenge at Craft a Scene.

I made a blue-toned winter scene, which can also double as a Christmas card. All the stamping was done with Jet Black ink. I used a Colorbox Stylus Tool and various blue dye inks to colour the scene, making sure to leave some areas the white of the paper. The sky was stamped with a single stamp, masking out the moon on the subsequent impressions to fill the whole sky. Highlights were added with a white gel pen and mist and shine with white pigment ink.

Thank you for looking!

Happy stamping!


Stamps: Stampscapes: Eerie Moon 282F, Spiny Branches Sm. 331B, Snowy Covered Bridge 357F, Snowy Rocks 365A, Winter Bush 366C
Ink: Ranger Adirondack dye ink: Aqua, Stonewashed; Distress Ink: Faded Jeans, Chipped Sapphire; Archival Ink Jet Black; Colorbox Frost White
Surface: Kromecote glossy cardstock


  1. You are so artistic and creative! I love this wintery scene. I can just imagine the cold snow sifting over the frozen ground and river with the moon glowing above. We use to go out skating on the fields on nights when the sky would look like that.
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful work! :)

  2. This is such a pretty, peaceful scene, Anna-Karin!


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