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Snowy Nights

 

 

Hi there, it’s Elizabeth here with a snowy project using a mixture of stamps along with the newly released Clumber Park A6 stamp set.

 

 

 

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Using a 7″x4″ piece of watercolour card I roughly created a backdrop for my stamps using Banana Custard and Burning Bonfire for the sky and Aladdin and Sleeping Beauty for the hills. The paints water down beautifully to use as a watercolour, and don’t loose any of their depth of colour or sheen with the metallics.

 

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Then using a scrap piece of torn card as a guide I began to build my scene up, firstly with the small Reed stamp and and then using the Tree from the Clumber Park set, to create tree’s, shrubs and foliage.

 

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Then I discovered the bare branches stamp on the Nature I stamp set, it matches in beautifully in with the Clumber Park set.  A winter scene needs a little snow, so with a fine tipped applicator on my FlitterGlu I added squiggles in ramdon places, and then sprinkled irredescent ultra fine glitter over the top.

 

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I was going to create a background using paint, but this 12″x12″ sheet of Mixed Media Paper from the Flights of Fancy cardstack was just the right colour for my scene, all it needed was a light wash of GeeSsoGood, followed by a little splatter, for extra snow.

 

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The I remebered I had a stamp set with small Deer on it. Looks Like Rain Deer has lots of great images that also match in with Clumber Park, so I couldn’t resist adding these two little fella’s.

I also found this piece of white snowy netting that was left over from a project years ago, we all have scraps in our stash.

 

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So there you have it, a snowy night in the hills. I hope I’ve inspired you to try your paints out on watercolour card, I’m sure you will love the results.

 

Have fun

Elizabeth

 

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6 Comments on Snowy Nights

  1. Elizabeth I ADORE how you’ve used the paints to create that beautiful snowy scene!

    Jenny Marples | November 7, 2015 at 10:11 am () (Reply)
    • Thank you so much Jenny, the paints blend so beautifully on watercolour card 🙂 x

      Elizabeth Robinson | November 7, 2015 at 10:28 am () (Reply)
  2. So beautiful!

    gio | November 7, 2015 at 8:55 pm () (Reply)
    • Thank you so much Gio x

      elizabeth | November 9, 2015 at 9:24 am () (Reply)
  3. Ooh Elizabeth – that is amazing. Love the colour combination and the beautiful stamped scene.xx

    Beryl Tyler | November 20, 2015 at 9:14 am () (Reply)
    • Thank you so much Beryl, aren’t the new stamps lovely xxx

      elizabeth | November 22, 2015 at 11:39 am () (Reply)

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