Thursday, December 21, 2017

Stamping a Snowy Landscape

Hello friends!
Penny Black Cling Stamp SNOWY VILLAGE 40-558
Penny Black Cling Stamp SNOWY VILLAGE 

( this stamp is VERY limited in stock!!)
out of stock now
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I am back to share another project about stamping a scene...this time is a snowy one.
winter wishes-001

For this type of stamps, you've got to give yourself some time to know the stamps and try out the possibilities.

winter wishes

I kept the entire card in a muted tone as I want to evoke the feel of warmth. It is a challenge because it is a snowy scene, but with the light brown tone, it is not as cold as it seems, right?

winter wishes-002

It is CLEAR that you are not seeing the clear-embossing....
  This helps me to do the Emboss Resist.
I love using Distress Oxide for this particular purpose. 

winter wishes (2)

Do you see what I see...?
Yup, snow from Nuvo Droplets.

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Sue D said...

Beautiful and unique snowy scene you created.

Mary Holshouser said...

Fantastic. Love how you did the
village. The trees look great.
Wonderful card.
thanks for sharing.

Linda BL said...

I like the snowy scene, especially the way you warmed it up using the brown tones.

cm said...

So lovely and inviting, Virginia! Let's bundle up, head to the village and find a quaint coffee shop where we can chat all afternoon! LOVE this!

Martha Herrera said...

Oh, what a lovely card! I would love to frame this beauty and hang it in my living room.

Purple Princess said...

So pretty!!

conil said...

Another stunning landscape evokes feeling of peace and tranquility. A terrific hope for the whole world.

Harriet said...

You have created a lovely, snowy scene. You are right the muted browns do bring warmth. Your comment "For this type of stamps, you've got to give yourself some time to know the stamps and try out the possibilities." Is so true - thank you for this lovely card.

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

That’s a wonderful scene !!