Sunday, February 2, 2014

Craft a scene Technique Challenge

The February theme for Craft a Scene is to use your favorite technique.  Well, I like so many techniques that I decided to try one that was new to me.  

My fellow DT Pia likes to stamp on photographs and she does a beautiful job.  I picked out a selection of photo prints while at the Savanna scenic stamping retreat a couple years ago, but I never had a chance to use them.  So today is the day!

My photograph is sky, a bit of mountain range and water.  The nice thing about this photo is that it is very neutral and can be used for almost anything that is winterish.  I am ignoring the fact that the photo is of water and choosing to pretend that it is snowy instead.



First I stamped the farm scene (came with the barn and a few cows), then I added the fence and horses.  The scene still seemed a little bare so I added the trees, birds and branches. I only added a little bit of color to the barn, cows and grass.  It is winter after all!

Card Recipe

Images: Photograph, Stampscapes stamps and one Sutter stamp
Paper:  Bazzill brown and black
Markers/Ink: Copics, Momento black

Challenge for this card:
Be sure and take a look at what the wonderful Craft a Scene design team has come up with for your inspiration. 
Have a Great Sunday!


NancyD

9 comments:

Glenda Atkins said...

Fabulous scene Nancy, very peaceful looking and I love the small dab of colour of the barn. Beautiful!
hugs
Glenda

Sue said...

Such a wonderful scene you have created Nancy, I love it!
Sue xx

Dora said...

great technique! beautiful made with a photo and the stamps on it.
beautiful!

Kerri said...

Great card and thks for joining us over at One Crazy Stamper!!

MaggieC said...

You have put in so much work into this great project. I hope it is all appreciated by the recipient. Thanks for your visit tonight, Nancy. I am as guilty as anyone of having loads of stash, loads and load of glorious Clarity stamps for one, but I have learned from watching Barbara Gray that you can create lots of different moods with very little. She showed one card this week on the TV which used only one small bunny. The rest was created much in the same way as on my card. Glad you liked my offering anyway, and hope that my emphasis on the rules might strike a note for anyone who looks at it. xx Maggie

Barbara Godden said...

Beautiful card, i haven't worked up the nerve to try my stampscapes set yet. great job. thanks for playing along with us at The Drunken Stampers for the ATG challenge.

NanaConnie said...

Love this technique, Nancy, and you really turned the water to snow by adding the trees. Fabulous! We're truly honored that you chose to play along in our challenge at Scribble & Scrap this week. Good luck in the draw.
NanaConnie DT

coldwaters2 said...

Oh Nancy I do love looking at these wonderful scenes the image and colours look fantastic.
hugs
lorraine x

Lexie said...

Gorgeous card. Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck. xx