Woodlands Photo Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Monday, February 19, 2018

Hi everyone, I'm Heather Telford and I have three cards today made with the beautiful new Woodlands Photo Stamp. I maintain that one can never have too many tree stamps so I am very happy to see this new one! 


Instructions: 
1. Stamp Woodlands Photo Stamp on hot pressed watercolour paper in versafine vintage sepia. Emboss with clear powder.
2. Brayer wild honey distress ink over panel starting in the sky and moving toward the ground.
3. Brayer spiced marmalade distress ink to cover two thirds of panel
4. Place a negative circle mask over the panel and dab out colour with a damp sponge. Repeatedly dab with water then dry with a paper towel to remove colour from the circle. A pale orange moon will remain.
5. Trim panel to edge of stamped design.
6. Stamp 'woodgrain' background stamp on cream cardbase in versafine vintage sepia. Sponge edges with vintage photo distress ink.
7. Mat woodlands panel in brown cardstock, attach to cardbase.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Woodlands Photo Stamp 
Darkroom Door Woodgrain Background Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Versafine vintage sepia ink
Distress Ink: vintage photo, wild honey, spiced marmalade 
Clear embossing powder
Brayer

 
Instructions:
1. Stamp Woodlands Photo Stamp on hot pressed watercolour paper in versafine onyx black. Emboss with clear powder.
2. Sprinkle cerulean blue colorburst powder over top of stamped panel. Paint over with water to activate paint.
3. While blue is still wet sprinkle fuchsia powder below blue and blend with water. 
4. Repeat with gamboge, then terre verte and burnt orange over the green. Blend each colour a little with the adjacent colour while still keeping some original colour.
5. Trim panel outside the edge of stamped design.
6. Stamp 'French script' background stamp on black cardbase in versamark ink then emboss in clear powder.
7. Attach woodlands panel to cardbase.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Woodlands Photo Stamp 
Darkroom Door French Script Background Stamp 
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Versamark ink
Versafine onyx black ink
Colorburst powders:  cerulean blue, fuchsia,  gamboge, terre verte, burnt orange
Clear embossing powder 

 
Instructions: 
1. Place hot pressed watercolour panel in stamp positioning tool against top edge then move ever so slightly down from the edge. (1mm) Stamp Woodlands Photo Stamp in versamark ink.
2. Leave stamp in positioner and push panel up to be flush against the top edge of positioning tool. Stamp again, this time in versafine onyx black ink. Emboss panel in clear powder.
3. Stick a waterproof circle mask ( I die cut mine from frisket film) over the trees where you want the moon to appear.
4. Press broken china, chipped sapphire and black soot distress inks on craft mat to use for painting. 
5. Pick up broken china ink with a paintbrush and paint around the moon. Paint rest of the panel with chipped sapphire ink blending the two blues to make a third blue.
6. Paint area furthest from the moon with black soot ink. Painting over the embossing will reveal a thin line of 'snow' on the branches.
7. Remove circle mask and trim panel to edge of stamped design.
8. Stamp sentiment from 'Trees' set on small piece of hot pressed watercolour paper in black ink. Attach to corner of woodland panel.
9. Mat panel in co-ordinating colour cardstock and attach to white cardbase. 

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Woodlands Photo Stamp 
Darkroom Door Trees Rubber Stamp Set 
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Versamark ink
Versafine onyx black ink
Clear embossing powder
Distress Ink: black soot, broken china, chipped sapphire
circle die
frisket film

I hope you've enjoyed my ideas! Thanks for stopping by. 
 



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