Saturday, 21 March 2009

More Distress Ink landscape

Having got to grips with Michelle's technique with my previous card, I decided I should now try coming up with my own designs, so here's the first. The small fir trees on the left and the stag are from Stampscapes. Their stamps are perfect for this style, as are those from Beeswax, whose stamp is the tree on the right.

The outer frame is also made with Distress inks, and it's a piece I had left over from making the card I described earlier here. The vertical "Happy Birthday" filling in the space at the side is an Aspects of Design stamp by The Stamp Man.

At the moment I'm finding it a bit difficult to gain precise control over the inkpads when using them direct to paper, but I daresay that will come with practice. It's quite fun seeing how the landscapes turn out and then deciding what to use as a focal point to enhance them. I have a feeling I'm going to get hooked on this technique!


Sally H said...

Oooh, I love that one too! Waht sort of card are you using?

Phree said...

Oh WOW! What a gorgeous card!

judith smith said...

This one is very good, keep going, your cards are beautiful! Judith X

Lesley said...

Beautiful card Lynne, I love it! By the way, the star book is very easy to make - I used the instructions from a fairly recent Craft Stamper xx

lisa said...

What a fabulous card-a real work of art.


neverenoughrubberstamps said...

Wow....This card is stunning!
You have a true gift!



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