Sunset Rendezvous

sunset rendezvous Heather Telford

When making scenes like this one I sometimes create the background first then decide what to add to the foreground. Other times I stamp my images and add the sky after. For this one I positioned a moon punched from masking tape on a piece of watercolour paper then painted colour over the whole panel using brusho powders. I can’t remember but it is likely that I intended the panel to be portrait orientation with the moon in the top right corner.

sunset rendezvous closeup Heather Telford

I decided instead to make the masked circle appear to be the sun going down so the light around it is yellow and pink with blue on the far left. Once the paint dried I stamped the tree stamp in versafine onyx black ink to complete the sunset scene.

Sunset Rendezvous Heather Telford

I didn’t add a sentiment as it is the kind of card I could use for any number of occasions. Once I pull it out to use it I can add a small sentiment in the bottom right corner if I wish.

I’m in Australia at present visiting my family; I’ll be posting some photos from time to time on my other blog, Sentient and on instagram

Supplies

Stamps: Rendezvous (PB)
Ink: Versafine onyx black ink, (Tsukineko) 
Paint: crimson, yellow, cobalt blue, turquoise brusho (Colourcraft)
Paper: hot pressed Fabriano watercolour paper, Neenah Epic black cardstock, blue cardstock
Also: masking tape

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8 Comments on “Sunset Rendezvous”

  1. Susie Williams says:

    Wow another gorgeous creation Heather. I hope you are having a wonderful holiday here in Australia.

  2. Heidi says:

    What a lovely sky and that is a great stamp! Tree silhouettes are so popular but this one is a little different! 🙂

  3. What a beautiful sky! I love the tree stamp too. Have a wonderful holiday! xxx

  4. Pat says:

    Fabulous colours Heather and I adore that large tree, really beautiful! x

  5. ar0se4u2 says:

    Wow. Never thought of making the sky like that. Beautiful card.

  6. Another beautiful card – thank you for sharing and for your inspiration to try powdered watercolors. I have some Colorburst ones but haven’t had the courage to try them yet… maybe now I will…

  7. Hi Heather!! Wow, this is stunning!! I LOVE that tree image!! And your blending is nicely done. Beautiful card ~


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