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‘Day is over night has come’

Yes it’s the mid month reminder of the Creative challenge at Lavinia stamps. You could be a winner of £40 of LS vouchers. The theme is: ‘Beneath the moon’. Totally magical!

For today’s inspiration I’m delighted to be using some of the stamps recently featured on Hochanda TV.

These are the stamps used:

Druid’s Inn

Berry leaves

Mini berry

Whimsical hares

The steps:

I began using an ink spray background.

I trimmed the page down and intensified the colour using permanent inks and make up brushes.

I stamped the tree and painted part of the moon using white gesso.

Next I used the gesso to paint over the tree.

I used watercolour markers to paint the tree painting the colours light to dark.

I then over-stamped this using black ink.

I added colour to the moon using chalk pastels and coloured the tree using watercolour pens and paint pens.

Next I stamped the leaves using both large and small in different coloured ink; black ; blue and dark pink. I also stamped the berries and coloured over these using paint pens and coloured pencil.

I added some detail to the foreground again using the paint pens. I added a shadow under the tree using a charcoal pencil. The hare and the verse were stamped in black. I also added a shadow under the hare.

The close ups:

Final touches:

I hope you like it!

I’m loving the entries so far. There are some totally stunning designs!

Good luck! Till next time…

Lisa xx

20 thoughts on “‘Day is over night has come’

  1. WOW! This is simply amazing. I found your step by steps really interesting, especially how you coloured the tree. You always create such depth and detail to your pieces of art, and each one tells a story. Thank you for sharing xx

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  2. Really love Lavinia and your work is stunning, will follow from now on thanks so much for sharing your “how to” still learning after all these years.. thanks Again!..

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing how you created this delightful work of art; I find it inspiring and am thrilled you take the time to detail how you create your beautiful work.

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