Thursday, March 19, 2009

Stampscapes class samples

I had a wonderful time with my ladies today in class. We did one Easter Card that can be scene on my other blog and then these 3 Stampscapes scenes.

These are stamped with Marvy black ink on glossy paper from The Paper Cut. They are colored with dye inks applied with a Colorbox stylus.

Inks used:
Sky - Stonewashed, Denim, Tropical Raspberry on the tropical scene
Water - Ocean Aqua, Pool
Grass - Lettuce, Meadow, Pesto
Mountains - Mushroom, Ginger, Lettuce
Sun - Beach Ball Yellow, Conch Shell, Peach Bellini
Huts - Latte, Ginger
Beach and water's edge - Latte

Some color was applied with Tombow markers to the smaller areas. Finished size is 4.25 x 5.5 inches.


Trish said...

Oh these are so nice! I wish I could go to one of your classes. You do a great job putting your scenes together.

Kathy said...

Sandy, more great scenes. I want to live in that house in the first and go to the church in the second. not much for fishing but would like to sit there with a good book and enjoy the scenery

Cherry Pie said...

You're an amazing stamper Sandy!

Bonnie Brown said...

Beautiful scenes!! Wish it was warm enough
to go fishing!!

Jennifer Meyer said...

WOW Sandy, these are all amazing! I wish I was could attend one of your classes, your work is beautiful!

You are one gifted stamper!! Have a wonderful weekend!

Cyber Hugs, Jennifer :)

PS I could not find te line LOL :D

Sandy Knecht said...

Your scenes are fabulous. I especially like the first one.

Sheila said...

Your scene like all your stamping Dah-Ling are stunners.
I keep forgetting to come over and take in the view.
Please forgive:-)
Sheila xx

Lenoria said...

I was going thru some of your older scenes to see how you colored skies and stuff before Copic markers as I don't have those. I wish I lived close enough to have a one on one class for the sky with a stylus. You are so talented and your pictures look like a painting and I love them! I am going to watch your video on the stampscapes to see if some of the majic will sink in!