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CAS(E) this sketch #95

_DSC5145 Mini snowscape Heather Telford

I have been creating snowy scenes with dye inks on a large watercolour block this week. When I saw sketch#95 at CAS(E) this sketch and still had a corner left on the block already flecked with masking fluid I thought I could put the two together. Sometimes when I look at a sketch I can’t see past the shapes and images in the sketch, arrows for instance in the current sketch.

With this sketch I was able to see past the arrows and visualize a snowscape with a stand of trees on the right hand side. I did deviate from the sketch and add a few more trees on the left. Whether I play along or not I am always impressed by the imagination and creativity of the design team members in their interpretations of each week’s sketch.

To create the scene I punched a little circle mask for the moon and painted the sky in two blue distress stains.  I added two dips with the same stains then stamped trees in memento ink. When all was dry I rubbed off the masking fluid. I hope you are not getting sick of these trees from the Prancers set, ‘cos I just can’t leave them alone!

Supplies

Stamps: City Lights, Prancers (PB), 
Inks: Tumbled Glass, Chipped Sapphire (Ranger) Memento Northern Pine  (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% & 25% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper
Also: Winsor & Newton masking fluid

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22 Comments on “CAS(E) this sketch #95”

  1. Lercy says:

    You can use the trees every day for a year and I would not tire of them or your wonderful creativity. Love, love, love your snowy scenes. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Gabby says:

    Wonderful card, Heather! I like the trees because they look so real and stamped in the northern pine makes them the perfect color. Your sky is, as always, fabulous and made me think about the snow that is predicted to fall here in the midwest (IL, USA) today. Yes, this yr cold temps and snow (winter) seems to be arriving earlier than usual. : )

  3. donna mikasa says:

    Wow! Such a beautiful take on the sketch! Love your wintery scene!

  4. Pat says:

    Heather, You could use those trees every day. I Like Lercy love your winter snowy scenes so very much. Please continue to them for us. Your talent is simply out of this world. Thanks for sharing with us.

  5. Beautiful scene! Looks so real! xxx

  6. Once again… I have no words to tell you how I love what you create! You are my inspiration and be sure, I always say to my friends..”it is Heather Telford who inspire me”… Je dis toujours à mes amies qui aiment mes cartes que je suis inspirée par les créations d’Heather Telford. Voilà! A BIG thanks!

  7. Lynette says:

    Oh my gosh – this is SO fabulous! I never tire of anything you do:)

  8. I would never be tired of your cards with those trees, you could make a million!! 🙂 Congrats on the tweet from Penny Black. Happy WCMD!

  9. lindseymp says:

    So pretty! This looks great with the scene and sentiment clustered together in the top third.

  10. beaumama says:

    Just so you know…only 1 word…AWESOME!

  11. littledebbie4 says:

    Fabulous _ i never tire of these christmas cards – I can only hope that one day one of my cards will be as good as yours (sadly unikely ! )

  12. Kim M. says:

    I can’t tell you how much I love this card! Just beautiful! 🙂

  13. Cathy R says:

    This is so beautiful Heather, love your work, Cathy x

  14. Just stunning Heather! Love the way you create your snow scenes.

  15. ar0se4u2 says:

    All your scenes look different in some way, keeps me coming back for more.

  16. wienerhoneymooners says:

    Just breathtakingly beautiful!!!!!

  17. Diana Nguyen says:

    Gorgeous! Love your masking and sponging – such a beautiful night sky. Thank you for playing along with CTS this week!

  18. Leigh Penner says:

    This looks amazing! Wow! Fabulous take on the sketch!

  19. Janet says:

    Lovely, it looks 3D!

  20. bcparkison says:

    Really pretty. thanks for sharing.


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