Seems like for the past week or so I have been a little busy bee with my sponging and stampscapes. I've even reverted back to using my gamsol and color pencils on a few of my scenes, which I've already shared with everyone. This time however I am attempting to do night scenes and this is really hard to do...at least for me it is.
Since the paper I am using is glossy cardstock I am not sure if I can actually do what I want to do but I won't really know unless I try, right? While I am busy trying to figure that out I am going to share my latest scenes with you that I am referring to as my "Moonlit Nights" although some don't have a moon anywhere in the scene (ha ha go figure).
I've tried four times to get a scene that I thought was good enough to share and finally did on my 5th and 6th one, so those I am going to share with you. I have more because I just recently purchased a few more stamp sets and am trying to use every single stamp in the set in some kind of way.
If anyone else tries these stamps please let me know so I can see what you do with them but in the meantime here is what I have:
For both these scenes I used one stamp and got creative with my layering and stamping. On the scene above I simply added a few trees in the back to make it look fuller.
On the scene below I over laid the stamp itself to add depth and then surrounded it with water to change the perspective. They are the same scene with minor changes made to each of them so they appear to be totally different.