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Tranquil Hamlet Video

You’ve probably heard by now there is a new Penny Black release in town! Two actually, a big beautiful Christmas release and a fun fall release. The catalogues can be viewed here. I’ll be featuring vintage style snowy scenes all week here on the blog even though the sun is shining and the grass is green outside!

This lovely stamp called ‘Tranquil Hamlet’ is stamped in vintage photo ink and coloured with Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer watercolour pencils on hot pressed watercolour paper. Watch the video to see how

Thanks for dropping by; I’ll be back tomorrow with another snowy scene.

Supplies

Stamps: Tranquil Hamlet

Ink: vintage photo distress ink

Paper: hot pressed watercolour paper

Pencils: Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer Watercolour pencils (199, 159, 154, 151, 126)
Tools: stamping platform
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7 Comments on “Tranquil Hamlet Video”

  1. creatingincolors says:

    That’s a beautiful scene, and I love how you gave it a vintage look.

  2. Liz Jones in New Hampshire says:

    Sweet as pie. Thank you for going the extra mile and making the video, Heather. Watching and listening to you is good for my soul!

  3. memalagene says:

    Gorgeous vintage creation! I really appreciate your video!

  4. Pat says:

    I adore the vintage feel you have given this pretty winter scene Heather and thank you for the video. This is gorgeous! x

  5. bonklassgmailcom says:

    This is gorgeous, Heather! Love the vintage look and all those little details! Thanks for showing us the video of how you did this. I always learn so much from you!

  6. Karen Jackson says:

    Thank you for sharing how you created this vintage look Heather. Your skill makes everything look so easy.

  7. Daria says:

    Thank you for the video. I love they way this turned out.


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