Tuesday, March 23, 2010

A Serene Scene


The Featured Stamper over on Split Coast was the very artful Mutnik (Cathy)! I CASE'd her birch trees with birds card.
I changed stamps used circles instead of rectangle framings and used striped ribbon instead of striped DP but kept the tree theme and used the black magic technique.
I offset the circles so that the orange piece mirrored the moon outline on the stamp (although this stamp from Rubbernecker is called Serene Sunrise - I made it a night time moon scene!)
The background is embossed with the Distressed Stripes Cuttlebug folder. I stamped the image with white chalk ink - then colored over parts of it with colored pencils (the Black Magic Technique) and added highlight dots with a white gel pen.
Dave is having a great sale over at Rubbernecker Stamps until midnight Wed March 24th - 15-28% off on selected items from Ranger, Spellbinders, Tsukineko and Clearsnap! - so be sure to check it out before it's over!
Stamps: Rubbernecker - Trees, Serene Sunrise 42-06 KK
Paper: basic black, handsome hunter - SU, Summer Sunrise - PTI
Ink: Craft white - SU
Accessories: distressed stripes cuttlebug folder, foam dimensionals, white gel pen, Koh-i-Noor woodless colour pencils, ribbon - Stamp Simply Ribbon shop, circle nestabilities, star punch - McGill, dew drops, glue dots

2 comments:

Crystal said...

Julia your embossing is GREAT and love that yummy ribbon!! another great card girl1

jdmommy said...

Those circles framing the image are wonderful!! I really love the look of that WIDE ribbon. Lovely!!!