I am back with another scene card! This time it is about Create a Scene Silhouette Clear Stamp Set from the Into the Wilderness Collection by Sushma Hegde.About this stamp: The Create a Scene Silhouette Clear Stamp Set is from the Into the Wilderness Collection by Sushma Hegde. This set of nine clear Photopolymer stamps creates a peaceful outdoor scene, along with supporting elements to build on the background. Elements includes puffy clouds, spotted background and flock of birds with a quote and sentiment. The stamps work with acrylic block and made in the U.S.A.
In my early days of stamping, I was drawn to scene like this. In my limited knowledge, supplies and tools, I didn't think that I could stamp a scene like this.
Fast forward 20 years later, I learned a lot and acquired a ton of supplies. Meanwhile, so many more new tools came and were "invented" like MISTI, now I think ANYONE can stamp like this without any major issues.
I often say "Divide and Conquer". That was pretty much I approached this stamp set.
Starting out with the main part of the scene, I stamped the images in all Distress Oxide.
I stamped the birds in the sky and ink-blended the background lightly and that's it!
The sentiment comes from the stamp set from January Card Kit. The frames are from the new Precision Layering A2 Die (they are excellent for all your frame dies!). I hope you enjoy it!
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Gorgeous scene! I love the colors!
Fabulous scene Virginia. The colouring is beautiful
This is beautiful, Virginia!
So glad your knowledge expanded and you feel comfortable making a scene like this. It's beautiful and so serene.
Love this peaceful scene you created.
You do scene cards so well! Yours are so cohesive and thoughtfully put together.
Great look at coloring the image. I will have to take a look at some of my scene stamps and work using the tips.
This is SOOOOOO Lovely!!!
You overcame and conquered! It's wonderful. I have many Art Impressions stamps for similar scenes and the most difficult part is positioning in relation to depth. I need lots of practice.
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