Monday 16 September 2019

A Country Scene

The panoramic stencils from Claritystamp can be used to create a larger scene or used individually.  I used the One Tree stencil on its own to create a countryside scene.
Attach the large one tree panorama stencil to a piece of 7” x 7” stencil card using masking tape to create a hinge at the top. Brush Broken China Distress ink through the top of the stencil and Shabby Shutters Distress ink through the bottom using up the ink remaining on the stencil brush.
Lift the stencil and add a moon mask at the top. Using the cloud mask under the stencil add further Broken China ink. Move the cloud mask down and repeat until the sky is full of clouds.
Add more Shabby Shutters ink at the bottom and use a Spot-On sponge to drag the ink off the stencil into the aperture to add intensity of colour in some areas. Remove the stencil.
Mask off the bottom and side edges of the image. Stamp three of the Wee Foliage stamps in Peat Moss, Library Green and Leaf Green archival inks. Remove the masking.
Stamp the two flying birds from the Birdhouse Garden stamp set in the sky using Jet Black archival ink.
Trim back the card a little on all four sides and add it to the front of a 7” x 7” black card blank. To finish, add three of Barbara’s word stickers.

1 comment:

coops said...

So stunning Sarah.I love the scene you have created.xx