IC727, Mr. Snowman in the Pasture
Angie gave us a wonderful site for inspiration this week, Ruby Mountain Paint Co. https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/f...o-t631233.html
I went with colors and this is my inspiration: https://i.etsystatic.com/14263229/d/....jpg?version=0 My colors are blues and greens and the rest are neutral.
Yes, I made another scene. It is my favorite kind of card to make in winter and for Christmas. But, next week, I will have something different.
I wanted to create some trees so used my fan brush and Distress inks to watercolor some after sponging the sky and making snowbanks.
Then, I did my stamping of the bramble, fence, and sentiment.
I used my Gelly Roll pen to do a little melting snow under the trees on the right side. I had some green ink there and went over it with white.
My snowman is a digital image which I colored with Copics. I fussy cut him and placed on the card. Splattered snow and it was finished.
Date: Friday, November 8, 2019 GMT Views: 432
Keywords: IC727 A Day for Daises Penny Black MFP Verve winter Christmas snowman scene snow scene pnz
Stamps: Penny Black/Bramble, Verve/ Weary World set, A Day for Daisies/Snowball Sam, Mark's Finest Papers/Scenic Selections set (fence)-company out of business
Paper: PTI white cardstock, Fabriano hot press, white watercolor paper
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Rich Cocoa, Tim Holtz DOX/Stormy Sky (for sky), Tim Holtz Distress Ink/Stormy Sky (snowbanks), Tim Holtz Distress Stain/Pine Needles, Mowed Lawn, and Evergreen Bough
Accessories: Copics/E33, B00, B24, C1, Dr. Ph. Martin's Bleed Proof White, toothbrush, Gelly Roll pen (white), foam mounts
Techniques: watercoloring, creating snowbank, Copic coloring
Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1