Moonlit NightPosted: December 16, 2010
One of my favourite techniques as you might have noticed, is to create sponged and stamped scenes. This one just might be the smallest I have done. I started by masking a rectangle with post-it notes and then cutting a hill shape with another post it note. I punched a tiny circle out of post-it note and stuck it in the corner. With my hill and moon in place I sponged in both brocade blue and night of navy until I was happy with the sky. I then added my trees and removed the mask. I did a little bit of sponging on the snow in blue and then stamped the trees upside down in navy and sponged around them.
Once I had removed the masks I could see that it had actually created a moonlit hill top.
To borrow a “Joan Bardee-ism” Mood when done: most pleased!
Stamps: A little tree stamp from Embassy Arts, Wondrous Gift
Inks: Night of Navy, Bashful Blue, Basic black, Brocade Blue
Cardstock: Flourishes classic white