Lakeside MountainPosted: September 3, 2021 Filed under: Penny Black, picturesque, quietude, Stamped Landscapes | Tags: Penny Black stamps, Ranger Distress inks 12 Comments
How did this happen? Another scenic card just snuck in while I wasn’t looking! I think it might be the fault of this mountain stamp, ‘Picturesque’. It is possibly the perfect stamp to put behind all other scenic stamps! And I haven’t even touched on winter scenes yet!
I stamped the mountains first in hickory smoke distress ink, painted inside the whole area with water and then added some chipped sapphire here and there. Once the ink dried I stamped the ‘quietude stamp in chipped sapphire, rustic wilderness and rusty hinge. I painted chipped sapphire in the sky and the lake and then painted more trees along the shore in the distance and pulled some of the ink into the lake to look like reflections.
Doesn’t it look relaxing, like dusk with cloud cover? Hope you have a lovely weekend.
I really like how you used both scenic stamps. Your coloring is amazing. This makes me want to visit the mountains!
All there is to say again is Wow..I, too, love the mountains and water. I am especially interested in skies right now due to stamping my Christmas scenes and need a good idea for this.
So beautiful, Heather! You are very talented using these scenic stamps!
This is gorgeous, Heather. Really enjoying your scenic cards. You are a master!
Almost as lovely as being on vacation, Heather! Can’t wait for the winter scenes!
This definitely has the look of the time between dusk and dark and love that there is some brightness just above the mountains and that little bit of light at the front right Heather and such pretty foliage which adds depth to the scene. A beautiful scene as always. x
Wow! That’s beautiful! Your landscape cards are my favorites. I never get tired of them.
I just used this idea for my son’s 60th birthday card. He lives in Las Vegas so Lake Mead is near with desert hills.
WOW! I was on the fence about purchasing those mountains but this gorgeous card just sold me. Love your use of color on them giving them such wonderful dimension! Your composition with Quietude is fabulous and something I’d love to try! Thanks for the inspiration!