A wilderness pathPosted: August 27, 2017 Filed under: Alcohol Ink, Brusho, Wilderness Vol.2 | Tags: Brusho, Darkroom Door stamps, distress oxide inks, Ranger Alcohol Ink 7 Comments
This peaceful wilderness path is a scenic stamp from Darkroom Door. I’ve used it in three different ways to create some seasonal backgrounds. For the card above I created an alcohol ink background on yupo in the blues and greens of summer. I stamped the path stamp over the alcohol ink panel in stazon jet black ink. I hand wrote the little sentiment with a fine micron pen.
To create my golden fall scene I used distress oxide inks on glossy photo paper. I pressed the orange and yellow inks onto a craft mat, spritzed them and swiped my photo paper panel through the ink. Most of the colour soaked into the paper immediately but I set it aside to dry for a while and found there was a chalky residue that stayed on top. I wiped that off and was left with a background to which I stamped over with stazon jet black ink.
My chilly winter scene was created using brusho powders on a craft mat. I sprinkled some blue and purple on the mat, spritzed it then swiped some photo paper through the colour. The first print is usually quite intense so I think the one below must have been a second impression.
These cards are also on the Darkroom Door blog today so pop over there for all the complete supply list.
I love this design! These are gorgeous.
I can’t choose which one I like best!
Wow! How lovely!
Excellent work Heather.
I think I prefer the Winter Brusho and the Autumn Distress Oxide to the Alcohol Ink one, which for me, appears to be too dark, although I always find it difficult stamping over Yupo and yours is perfect. A lovely trio.
These are all beautiful! Thank you so much for showing us the gorgeous stamp on the different backgrounds! xxx
This is a beautiful stamp from Darkroom Door Heather and i adore all three seasonal takes on it with those fabulous backgrounds. x
Beautiful, I love that you can use either Yupo or photo paper!