Sunday, 18 November 2012

More troubled skies at Craft a scene

I had a play with most of my Stampscapes stamps after watching Kevin's videos on Youtube. Here is my second DT offering of Troubled Sky for Craft a Scene. The colours of Adirondack ink are Peach Bellini, Denim and Eggplant. The base card is stamped with Hero Arts Silhouette Grasses and a sentiment from Inkylicious. I added a few highlights with white gel pen to lift the darkness a little.
You still have a bit of time left to enter the challenge, so get those stamps out and have a go!
Before I disappear I thought I would share a troubled sky or two from our summer holiday last year! I can't complain because it was only really two days in a fortnight that it really rained, but it was rain with attitude!

  Thanks for looking!

15 comments:

  1. Ooh, gorgeous, Sally! Love that sky! Great use of the HA grasses too. We've had lots of skies like that up here lately! x

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  2. When this sky gets broody and the rain comes down here in East Anglia it doesn't do it by half measures Sally.

    Another lovely Stampscape scene and an equally broody sky.

    B x

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  3. A stunning card Sally and love that troubled stormy sky you've created.
    Really must indulge in some Stampscapes stamps as I've been gazing longingly at them for a while now!
    Lovely photos too.
    Hugs, Fliss xx

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  4. Another wonderful scene Sally. Great sky and the water looks like glass, brilliant.
    Lynn x

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  5. This is amazing Sally, I wouldn't know where to start. It's so effective, love it!
    happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous Sally, what an amazing stormy sky scene you've made xx

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  7. Such a lovely card you made :)

    Have a wonderful day.
    Hugs Gurkiss


    http://gurkiss.com/scrapbooking

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  8. Hi Sal can see watching Kevin has really paid of in your scene construction, great work!! Shaz in Oz.x

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  9. Your card is beautiful Sally. I just love the Stampscapes range of scenic stamps - just don't seem to get time to play with them nowadays though :( Kevin is just fantastic isn't he!! Love and hugs K xxx

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  10. Spectacular with the branches & grasses in the foreground & that water just looks ready to ripple.
    Paula (PEP)

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  11. Wow, the scene on the card is wonderful. I like the pictures too.

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  12. Aaargh, Blogger is playing up for me tonight! I'll try again.

    Sally this is truly beautiful.I especially love how you framed the scene with the bare branches at the top and the grasses at the bottom. A stunning card that anyone would want to frame. Love the photos too.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  13. Another stunning scene, Sally. You really are a master at these. That sky is gorgeous. The only problem is we are seeing too many storm skies at the minute. Hope you are staying safe and warm.
    Hugs Lisax

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  14. More lovely Stampscapes and so beautifully done. I did get part way through Sonny's vids, so thank you for that info - I enjoyed playing for a day!

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