Another scene card today, "Dee style." I used Dee's stamp-a-scene set to create this little outdoor scene. There's two ways to create a scene like this - with masking or using sticker paper. I chose sticker paper. That way I can move my images around several times until I know where I want placement.
- Color images with markers, blending colors right on the image, and stamp on sticker paper. For the mountains, use shades of gold. To get the gradation in color, position the ink pad with the lightest shade of gold a little past the center of the image. Ink up one side several times. Turn the ink pad 180 degrees and ink up the other side.
- To fill in the void areas around the images, stipple the matching color using the blending blox.
- Cut out images. Use a craft knife for the tight places in between the trees. Decide on placement.
- Stamp the clouds in the sky using the shades of blue. Stipple shades of blue around them.
- Stipple shades of olive all around the area for the grass. Stipple shades of blue and turquoise in the river area.
- Remove the backing of the images and adhere to card, starting with the items in the background first.
- Use white ball pen to add some snow to the tops of the mountains. Use a thin marker to add some squiggly lines in the water to show movement.
- Adhere the white layer with scene onto green, and the green onto the white base card.
Dee Gruenig Stamp-A-SceneCrack N' Peel Glossy Sticker Paper, Stampin' Up! garden green, whisper white
Inks: Marvy Blending Blox shades of olive, shades of gold, shades of blue, shades of turquoise
Take care and STAY POSITIVE!