Mountain Sunset

I’ve been enjoying this new mountain stamp from Penny Black, it’s aptly named ‘picturesque’. Although it works beautifully behind other stamps I wanted to show it alone first because when paired it with a sunset sky it really didn’t need more.

The wonder of mountains and sunsets reminds me of the mighty God who made and sustains this earth so I chose a sentiment that gives me the same encouragement.

To create this card I swiped a piece of watercolour paper through faded jeans, kitsch flamingo and scattered straw distress inks. While it dried I sprinkled salt on it to add some texture and pattern.

This is a larger card than my usual but the mountain stamp is also large so it spanned the 6¼” width. I stamped in Catherine Pooler juniper ink and decided not to blend over the stamping. The pinks of the watercolour looked like the sunset reflecting on snow so I kept the mountain crisp and added the sentiment from PB ‘inspirational sentiments’ in the same ink.

Tomorrow’s post will include this stamp paired with other scenic stamps for a moonlit farm view.

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7 Comments on “Mountain Sunset”

  1. Beverly Railey Robinson says:

    You have outdone yourself. You always make beautiful and interesting cards, but this is spectacular. Many thanks.

  2. Karen Jackson says:

    You are right Heather, this image, paired with the beautiful sunset sky needs nothing else. Well done; it is good to know when to leave something alone and let it stand for itself.

  3. nancystiz says:

    Beautifully done with this gorgeous stamp! I look forward to see what you add to it. This looks like another much have stamp. What a dramatic sky you created!

  4. Jo Anna says:

    Gorgeous card and the scripture verse is perfect.

  5. Pat says:

    This is one of the best and most detailed mountain stamps I have seen and looks spectacular paired with these two colours Heather to make a really wonderful sunset. x

  6. Fabulous – that background sky is amazing!


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