Saturday, 28 September 2013

Sweet Stop Sketch #230

Saturday Sketch time at the Sweet Stop!



I am determined to improve with my sponging - and for this card, I took inspiration from a tutorial I found on Theresa Momber's blog:  Crafting the web.  She is a master of colouring scenes, so if you feel you need help with this technique, I can recommend her blog to you.
I have used one of the images from the clear stamp set Landscape Silhouettes , which I have used quite often since I purchased it a month or so ago.  This time I sponged with only two inks - Memento Desert Sand and Rich Cocoa, which has given my card a very soft, wintry feel to it - which fortunately, is what I was aiming for!  I masked the foreground, to create the undulating hills, and re-stamped a little section of the silhouette for the trees in the foreground.  I thought this gave it a more realistic look.  I die cut a small deer for my circle embellishment, and added some tags from muted paper - on reflection, it would probably have been better to sponge the edges of the tags, as they blend in so well!

Don't forget to visit all the sugarbabies, as they have some wonderful inspiration for you:

Cathy McCauleyKorin SutherlandCeal PritchettMarlena PeduzziMelissa ShultzRobin ParkerStephanie SerranoAnn Tuck,  Cynthia Olheiser,Debbie Owens, and Jamie Moore.    

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful sponged scene, Ann. It's so soft and dreamy. Love the die cut deer as well.

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  2. This is so pretty, I love this scene!

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  3. This is so pretty, I love this scene!

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  4. I just love this stamp set and the scene you have created with it, Ann! Beautiful sponging and masking! Hope you are having a good week! Hugs!

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  5. WOW! You have created such a beautiful scene. Love the little Deer embellishment on the right. :)

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  6. Very pretty Ann. Love the sponged and stamped scene. The circle embellishment is perfect.

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  7. Ann, this is such a majestic scene! Love the winter feel to your fabulous creation.

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