Friday, January 5, 2018
Waterfront Stamp set from the new Stampin' Up! Occasions catty 2018
Hi to those who visit my blog, I have been rather busy and haven't posted for awhile. I have finally gotten a few minutes to have a play with this great set. Waterfront 146386.
I firstly did a little water colouring for the sky (Marina Mist), then used waterfront for the rest. Used the mountains upside down and the correct way to make the beautiful blue water (tempting turquoise). I used the wink of Stella and painted over all the water to add a shine. Can't see on photo but looks good on the page.
Then used the mountains again in Basic Grey, Smokey Slate, Soft Suede for all the mountains and rocks. Added a little shimmer paste on mountains for snow.
Then stamped the trees from the same set and used Old Olive and Garden Green, both full strength ink and stamped the second time without inking up and that gave it a more 3D look.
I'm very happy with my page.
What inspired me to do this, I'm going to visit Banff in July with 3 great friends, Sue, Hilda and Ronnie.
Hope this inspires you to pick up your stamps and have a play.
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