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Forest Dreamer

New month, Hello February! Time for a Creative challenge at Lavinia stamps. Congratulations to last month’s winner . Up for grabs this month is £40 of LS vouchers. The new theme is ‘Beneath the moon’ … More moonlit possibilities!

Today’s stamps:

Gazing hare

Skinny mushrooms

Tree half 1

Tree half 2

The steps:

Ink spray background including lustre spray .

Cut down and enhanced with ink.

Add the moon using white gesso and chalk pastels.

Stamp the trees in blue and black.

Add the hare.

Enhance the foreground with the pastels. Add shadow to the hare and stamp the mushrooms in different colours.- Black to the front.

Add details using paint pens and white gel pen.

Add glitter… of course!!

The close ups:

Don’t forget to check out the fabulous samples from the rest of the team for more inspiration and of course our friendly Facebook group

Good luck in the challenge!

Till next time…

Lisa xx

23 thoughts on “Forest Dreamer

  1. This is stunning, Lisa, I just love your work. Is there any chance you might do a tutorial on your absolutely gorgeous “Day is over, Night has come” artwork in the Inspirational Gallery for Lavinia Stamp’s February challenge? It is simply beautiful.

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    1. It’s a card that used to be called Sheena stamping card. I think Sheena Douglass has rebranded it. If you do a search for it there are still craft outlets that stock it. It’s a great card. Also Lavinia do a similar card called multifarious card. It’s awesome too.

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