First step is to stamp the sun in yellow then alien the stamp positioner. Now clean the stamp and re-stamp using Ranger Resist ink. Let dry.
Using the yellow ink pad just swipe across the entire card where earth and sky meet and 1” or so up. Make it random swipes, it doesn’t have to be neat or full coverage, nature isn’t neat lines!
Brayer on the B&J Foliage from the orange end and try to stay at sky level. Now add the Garden Green with the brayer. Add some mountains in black and then the trees. I rubbed across the land with a wet wipe after it was dry then buffed the entire card with a paper towel. The green then became foggy looking after it dried. Then I added the darker trees in the middle and then it needed the finishing touch of ducks flying.
Now I hope I can duplicate this look again with the same steps. It looks awesome in real life! I totally surprised myself with the fog look and may never give this card up or give it to my husband who’ll just give it back to me in a week!
I'll link Ranger Resist in the first post if possible.
Date: Saturday, August 27, 2005 GMT Views: 911
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Registered: October 29, 2004 Location: Coos Bay, Oregon Posts: 22008
Wed, Aug 31, 2005 @ 9:34 AM
OMG Rox.........what a totally gorgeous card!!!! You should give to your husband and when he gives it back.....frame it! I love your fog effect, golden sunset, ducks, trees.......everything. TFS Nancy
P.S. Thank you for the links.