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Monday, 19 November 2012

A winter scene

Hi there, todays card is a frosty winter scene created with PanPastels and the fab new clear stamps 'Terrific Treescapes' from Chocolate Baroque. I love these stamps, they are so detailed and as they are clear you can see exactly where you are stamping.


I've used PanPastels to create my scene, I've used shades of grey, ultramarine blue tine and a little red tint and diarylide yellow tint for the clouds. I didn't use masking for the hills but just sketched in the hills with a sofft knife tool and then stamped the trees using Memento Tuxedo black ink, adding a litle grey for shadows.

I've simply matted the scene in red, white and then black card. 

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Craft a Scene: Troubled Skies
Joanna Sheen Challenge: Cold and Frosty
My Mum's Craft Shop: winter wonderland
Totally Gorjuss: Plain and Simple 
Totally Papercrafts: CAS/Black and White

Thanks for popping by
Claire xx


17 comments:

  1. Wo! That cloud looks thunderous - and fabulous too.
    What a great scene - and those trees are gorgeous - they are definitely going on my wish list.
    Beryl xx

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  2. The matting with white between the red & black really makes this striking & those clouds look as if they are full of snow. There's an amazing sense of glistening on the snow too - just the way light falls in winter.
    Paula (PEP)

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  3. Fabulous scene, the clouds are great.

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  4. Great scene with your PP. The troubled sky is certainly effective. Beautiful art work. Have a great day, Shirleyx

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  5. Love how you created your winter scene, and those trees are just perfect for this project.( and a few more I can think of) TFS

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  6. gorgeous use of your pan pastels, and a lovely card, thank you for sharing it with us at the Joanna Sheen challenge
    Hugs Kate xx

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  7. I love how you create these scenes Claire, love the moodiness of this one.
    Have a great week.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  8. Wow, that is a menacing sky! I think you better stay indoors! lol! Thank you for sharing with us again at Craft a Scene. NancyD

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  9. Really gorgeous, I love your clouds
    Lindsay xx

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  10. beautiful creation, thanks for joining in for our Winter Wonderland challenge this week at My Mums Craft Shop challenge! Gemma :)

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  11. You've got a very moody sky there Claire and those trees look like another essential 'need' item for me.

    Thanks so much the sharing with us at Craft a Scene challenge this month.

    B x

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  12. Beautiful winter scene! Snowdrifts as in the nature!

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  13. gorgeous CAS card, love the scene you've created and that red border! Thanks for joining us this week at Totally Papercrafts! Kim x (TPC DT)

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  14. Your card is gorgeous. I wish I had your talent. If you want to see my last card click on the link and tell me if you like.
    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.396899507046086.87091.103088983093808&type=3#!/photo.php?fbid=396899767046060&set=a.396899507046086.87091.103088983093808&type=3&theater

    Hakuna

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  15. amazing sky! the cloud is really dangerous.
    bautiful made.
    thank you for joining at craft a scene.
    greetings

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  16. Love how you've created this winter scene with the clouds and snow.Thanks for playing at Totally Gorjuss and good luck.Hope to see you back saturday for another challenge. Bettina xx

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  17. I am glad I am not under that big black cloud. I am sure it is about to dump loads of nasty wet stuff everywhere. Thank you for joining us at Craft a Scene this month. xx Maggie

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