Saturday, June 26, 2021

In the shadow of trees by Tracy Blackwolf


This week I have a post card to share...

For the background I did the "smoosh" technique with oxide inks. Love the results that yields.

Have extra cardstock ready when you use that technique...

After it dried I stamped the tree and writing background stamp in Versaclaire ink. I then stamped the moon and clouds followed by the spiked fence stamp.
Then I stamped the distraught lady on white card and cut her out then painted her.
I used a gel glitter pen to highlight the clouds and fence and her eye. I love the effect.
I then Took a moon I had cast in resin and painted with white gesso, I painted it with H2O's watercolors going for a kind of grungy look. Found some verbage stickers in my stash, stuck on my lady with foam tape and called it done.  I hope you like it....See you next time friends!

Stamps used:

Tree writing collage    18914

Moon phases      19543

Spiked Fence   18919

Full Moon     18911

Distraught Lady    905

Other supplies:

Oxide distress inks: Wild Honey, Salvage Patina, Shaded Lilac

Mould: Nocturnal Elements

Twinkling H2O's  paints

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