One of my friends asked if I would make a birthday card for her dad. The only thing she requested was that it relate to fishing in some way, and she was very pleased with how this card turned out. Since I just recently bought some images from Stampscapes that I hadn't inked up yet, I wanted to see what I could create with these new images.
The images were stamped on Kromekote Glossy paper with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink except for the far mountains. Memories Stone Gray was used for the mountains to create distance. After the scene was completed, it was sprayed with a glossy clear coat. I'm going to try to list all of the stamps at the end of my posts when I post my scenic creations from now on instead of being so long-winded in the details. I know many people have said during the OWH blog hop that they hadn't inked up their Stampscapes stamps for a while, so hopefully this scene will also help to inspire you to do some of your own.
~~ Lee ~~Stamps: Stampscapes - Cabin w/Fence, Soft Hill, Sedge Filler, Reeds, Water Grass, Oak Branch, Rocky Peaks, Cloud w/Sun, Fisherman, Cumulus Cloud and Jumping Bass.
Coronado Island Stamps - Birds
Art Impressions: Rocks
Hero Arts Birthday Sentiment
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black for the Images, Memories, Ranger and Adirondack Inks for color
Card Stock: The Paper Company
Design Paper: Miss Elizabeth's
Border Punch: Fiskars
Adhesive: Ad Tech
Swirl Rub-on: Kimberly Poloson
Highlights: American Crafts White Gel Pen
Twine, Fish Hook and Yarn from my stash