Stamp Composition

Well it seems like I will never reach the point where I can confidently state that I will blog at least once a week.  I keep telling myself that I will create a post weekly but it never happens so I have reluctantly given up that hope and decided to accept the fact that I will most likely post when I have something to say or share, and that will most likely not occur every week.  But this week I do have something to share with my crafting family.

If you recall I recently started creating sceneries using stamps from Stampscapes and I have been having fun with these fabulous stamps.  Most of the scenes I have created so far have been nighttime scenes that uses a lot of shades of blue but I am hoping to change this as I slowly build up my collection of inks.  At the moment my choices of ink seem to be mostly blue and green.

Anyway, here are a few more scenes I wish to share with everyone. Hopefully you will find them tasteful and inspirational...I do smile each time I create one without having to repeat the process twice just to get one right (smile). 

  My first card represents our soon to arrive Fall Season when the trees change into a rainbow of greens, reds, yellows and browns. I used three Stampscapes stamps (Pine Row, Sedge Filler, and Migrating Birds) to create this scene. I then painted the scene using Memento inks and a Colorbox Stylus.

With this particular card I tried my hand at creating a monochrome card using my new found technique for coloring. My color palette consist of  Flannel Grey, London Fog and Silvery Gray.  The stamp of course is one from Stampscapes.  This is one stamp (Meadow) that was broken into several sections and randomly stamped to create a scene of openness.

I call this scene Stormy Night.  My grand-daughter wanted these particular colors and said it represented the different moods that her brain goes through in one day.  I'm not sure what that means just yet but at her age anything is possible.  The colors used on this stamp all fall within the range of blue and green.

I framed it using a Fiskars Border Corner Punch and then adhered it to my card base.  I used four stamps to create this scene.

I would like to enter the following challenges:

Creative Moments - #98 Anything Goes
Crafty Girls Creations - #23 Just For Fun
Crafting With Attitude - #17 Anything Goes
Cardz 4 Galz - #27 No Patterned Paper
Aud Sentiment Challenge - #160 Anything Goes w/Sentiment

That's all for now
Sending Hugs From Texas
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Maxine D said...

I am also pleased to see your posts Lesia. These scene-scapes are amazing, I really love what you are doing with them and your colour usage.

ellyscard creatief said...

Beautiful scen card Lesia. Love the colouring.

As.I.Do.Rodos. said...

Stunning .Thank you for joining us at Aud Sentiments challenge good luck Ginny ♥
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Lois Wyche said...

Beautiful cards!

Hi! I'm Shirley and said...

These cards are beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Marjeta said...

Amazing cards. Love your stamping and different technique you used.


Julie B said...

What a fab set of tree scenery cards, perfect for the latest challenge at Cardz4Galz. Thanks for linking up. :)

Sue Reynolds said...

Beautiful scene created and love the coloring. Thanks for sharing at Aud Sentiments.

Cazro said...

All your cards are amazing, beautiful designs and stamps. I do love your Fall trees entry. Thanks for playing along with us at Cardz 4 Galz. Hope we see you regularly now you have found us. Caz DT.

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