Lake Reflections

Lake Reflections Heather Telford

The stamp ‘On the Lake’ is a such a lovely stamp, a whole scene in itself. I featured it with a sunset behind it here keeping the stamped image all black. Once again I stamped in black on today’s card but used a limited blue palette to create a moonlit sky with reflections in the lake.

Lake Reflections closeup Heather Telford

I began by using the MISTI to stamp the ‘on the lake’ image in versafine black on hot pressed watercolour paper. I used the MISTI so I could restamp a couple of times to make sure the image was solid; watercolour paper has some texture, even the hot pressed, so the first stamped image is not always complete. Once the the ink was dry I positioned a frisket film circle mask on the left hand side and painted the sky, lake and reflections in blue watercolour paint. I kept the colour diluted around the moon and in the lake under the moon.

Lake Reflections Heather Telford

Another way to use this stamp is by inking sections in different colours. To see this technique check out Jill Foster’s beautiful card and video here.

Supplies

Stamps: On the lake (PB)
Ink: Versafine onyx black ink (Tsukineko)
Paper: Fabriano hot pressed watercolour paper , Neenah epic black cardstock, solar white cardstock
Also: gansai tambi water colour paint, grafix frisket film, MISTI

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7 Comments on “Lake Reflections”

  1. chrissieann says:

    Stunning Heather!

  2. WOW! This is so amazing!!

  3. Sue Townsend says:

    This is a beautiful card that seems do-able for someone with not too much experience (if very careful!!). Thank you for sharing.

  4. Pat says:

    This Lake Reflections scene looks great in these shades of blue Heather and you have managed to capture the light and shade beautifully. x

  5. Lena Beck says:

    Beautiful! Merry Christmas 🎄

    Sent from my iPhone

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  6. Gorgeous, looks like a photograph!!


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