Sunday, 11 June 2017

Fishing in the Moonlight...

The moonscape stamp and mask has been out again! This time I teamed it up with other inkylicious stamps to create a boating scene. I just dampened my blue ink duster and swiped it across the lower half for the water. I used a mixture of mermaid lagoon, blueprint sketch and faded jeans for the sky. I am very pleased with how the moon in the sky came out - it looks quite 3d when you dust around the inside edge of the stencil with the blue. The moon was stamped and dusted with Memento Canteloupe and Dandelion yellow.
I thought I'd share this now to serve as inspiration for father's day next weekend, although I don't think it will be my Dad's card... I'd better go and try and make his card so I can get it in the post mid week.
Happy Crafting!

11 comments:

  1. Wow Sally this is amazing! Your scenic cards always blow me away. I bought the moon stamp and stencil at Ally Pally but have yet to learn how to get anything anywhere near acceptable. I am in awe!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  2. what a beautiful card!! I love my scenic stamps but haven't used them for ages.

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  3. Gorgeous Sally. I've only used the Moon stamp once so far but I can see that it will get lots of use as it looks so realistic. I love this tranquil scene that you've created. Sandra x

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  4. What a beautiful scene . I love the way the moon is reflected in the water.

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  5. Jaw dropping Sally! Love it. x

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  6. Wow this is gorgeous. I have some candy on offer

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  7. Absolutely Wow Sally, what a wonderful scene, amazing colouring and design, love it Kate x

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  8. A fantastic night scene Sally. I love the moon it looks so realistic (I have the stamp and mask but not used it yet).

    Sue xx

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  9. Fabulous card Sally, love how you put the boat into the reflection. ( had a good spend at Inkylicious at the show yesterday and spent ages watching the amazing Emma demonstrating)

    Joan

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  10. SOoooo VERY beautiful, I have said before, if I see a scene card on Blogger, I know it's yours, as you create a scene like a "real" artist. Love this card.
    Faith
    x

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