The Rooted in Nature stamp set is the perfect set to use while creating this foggy day scene.
Mossy Meadow Card base 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
Crumb Cake panel 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″
Whisper White panel 4″ x 5 1/4″
Inside Panel Whisper White 4″ x 5 1/4″
I used Balmy Blue and Soft Sea Foam ink to start creating the sky. I used blending brushes to softly add the two colors together on half of the page.
After you add the two inks to start the sky, you will randomly add a bunch of trees with first and second generation stamping. You want to add them above the red line as shown below.
Here is where the fog comes in. After you stamp the top half of the trees, take a sponge and Whisper White ink and brush the sponge back and forth on the trees and also the sky. Dabbing a little on the sky to make it look a little more cloudy works too. You do this until you get the fog look that you want. Stamp the larger tall tree and fussy cut it to pop it on top of your card for more depth to your scene.
HINT: This is also a great place to dab the Whisper White to tone down some harsher brush marks from your two original sky colors.
Now you will use your Mossy Meadow ink pad and continue with first generation stamping below the red line to create a closer image of the trees without fog in front of them. I hope that makes sense.
Use the Pine Woods Dies for the Whisper White snow pieces, or free hand two pieces to create snow banks. Place the two snow banks into the Old World 3D Embossing Folder to create texture in the snow. Pop a sentiment of your choice on in the sky and you are done. Note that this sentiment came from Walk in the Woods.
Here is another card I made with this set. This was a super fun and simple card.
The supplies are listed below for this project also.
For a visual on how I did the cards, here is a video and an additional card..
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Supplies listed on blog