I had a lovely time with this new photo stamp from Darkroom Door. It’s called Woodlands and was perfect for creating an autumn scene, a winter scene and a sunset. Step by step instructions and a complete list of supplies are available on the Darkroom Door blog

The autumn scene involved brayering and distress inks.

The sunset features the bright hues of colorburst powders over embossing.

The winter scene below, which might be my favourite, was painted with distress inks.

I used a cool technique with a stamp positioner to get a layer of snow on the branches; if you’re interested pop over to Darkroom Door and check it out.

4 Comments on “Woodlands”

  1. ednamburgess says:

    Each card is so pretty. Love the way you’ve made each one look different just by changing the sky. Edna

  2. Pat says:

    This DD stamp is so versatile Heather and all the different looks go beautifully. I think I love the winter scene best as the white under the embossing really does look like bits of snow on the branches, so full of atmosphere with the moon too. x

  3. Karen Jackson says:

    Three really different, lovely images here from the same stamp.I really do like this format as it is good to see how a stamp can be used in different ways before buying. My favourite card has to be the winter one; it is so crisp and cold. We are not out of winter yet here so it is very appropriate.

  4. nessiecraft says:

    Those are all beautiful cards. Such versatility from just one stamp!!!

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