Sunday, February 5, 2012

Craft a Scene Challenge 2 - Winter Theme

Today is the second challenge over at Craft a Scene and our first design team post.  The theme this month is Winter. 


When I think Winter scenic, I reach for my Sutter Stamps.   They have a fabulous collection of winter themed stamps requiring very little work.  For this scene, I started with the mountain at the top and then built the scene forward.  I used Eclipse tape to mask my Elk as well as the mountains when I added the sky.  The great thing about Winter scenes is the coloring; less is best.  This is stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Cryogen card stock.  I used Copics B000 for detail work, then airbrushed B00 and B21 into the sky and around the edges.  The Gulls and framing elements top and bottom are from Stampscapes. Finished size is 5 x 7 inches.

Be sure to visit the Craft A Scene blog and see what the rest of the design team has created for you.  And won't you join in the fun of the challenge?

8 comments:

Sheree said...

Lovely Sandy! You did a fabulous job colouring with Copics and airbrushing! Love those Sutter stamps!
You are an asset to the design team!
Sheree

ednamburgess said...

Great card any man would love. Like all the blue edging. Edna

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a perfect way to show the look of winter and snow covering the landscape. I am always amazed at your wonderful way of creating your scenes. I have so much to learn.

Colleen said...

Sandy,
This is one great winter scene alright!

Shazsilverwolf said...

Love your airbrushing Sandy- thats on my list of things to try, have recently bought myself one. Its a truly lovely calm, & restful scene, I love it. Love, Shaz

Anonymous said...

This card is as close to winter as we will get.........great card Elaine

Bonnie Brown said...

What a beautiful scene!! Love the airbrushing! You are so great at that!! Your scenes are always gorgeous!

stampinganja said...

What a beautiful winter scene! You are a great artist, love how there is just enough colour and all the details. Thanks!