Twilight Trees

When I first featured this tree stamp I said I would be back with more designs but then forgot this one was waiting in the wings. I started this one with masking fluid, quite a bit, splattered over the panel. Once the masking fluid was dry I stamped the trees in brown dye ink then painted masking fluid on some of the branches. When that was dry I positioned a mask two thirds down the panel so I could brayer the sky with blue and pink inks. I removed the horizon mask and used smaller masks below the tree trunks to sponge some snow drifts. I looked for a place to add a sentiment but decided to leave it blank on the front and add something later inside.

I am happy to report here in Ottawa there are no scenes even remotely resembling this. We have made a start on leaf collection but still have half the backyard to finish. The weather has been kind.

Supplies:

Stamps:  Joy to All (PB)
Inks: Chipped Sapphire, Worn Lipstick, Vintage Photo distress inks,  (Ranger)
Cardstock: Canson 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, Neenah natural white
Also: Winsor & Newton masking fluid

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12 Comments on “Twilight Trees”

  1. Ingrid says:

    Very pretty! I have to whip out my brayer…it’s been a while! Love the color and snow effects! 🙂

  2. Betty says:

    your cards are always so lovely and this is no exception – gorgeous!

  3. Micheline Jourdain says:

    So so so beautiful!!! I love so much that card!!! If you have nobody to send it, I can give you my adress Heather… the most beautiful card I saw ever!!!

  4. Liz in NH says:

    What a knock-out! Love all the blended colors. You have such a light touch, Heather. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Swh2013 says:

    Heather, this card is spectacular. I feel like I could jump in that snow bank and be covered in cold fluffy snow. Would you consider doing a periscope on how you do snow Banks? Mine never look like this. Just Beautiful!

  6. This is so beautiful! The snow looks so realistic – I love it! xxx

  7. Pat says:

    This is beautiful Heather and the colours work wonderfully. You do snow so well! x

  8. Suzanne says:

    Lovely, as always.

  9. Joan B says:

    absolutely breathtaking. you rock

  10. Karen Petitt says:

    Beautiful – you really rock these and make mine look amateurish. Thanks for the inspiration Karen x

  11. Anita says:

    I adore your work, Heather, and this one in particular is exquisite. I love how you make your scenes so atmospheric, you have a real talent x

  12. Lindsey says:

    So pretty! If a little snowy for me. 😉 Must get my masking fluid out of retirement and play!


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