Woodland lake scene building stamped card tutorial

       Here are steps for woodland lake scene building.  Today on the Unity blog, I am sharing a way to make this a beautiful outdoor lake scene and holiday card in one.  Some of us do not get snow at Christmas but evergreen scenes like this are found.

Sentiment:  Merry Christmas

For this woodland lake scene building project, I used a mix of stamping and ink blending.  The possibilities are endless with these layering stamps.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Helpful tips:

These are helpful tips for making this card using woodland lake scene building.  To begin, precut a card front panel in white.  Next, using a stamp positioning tool like the Misti, begin stamping the bottom row of trees in dark green ink.  Then, heat set the ink.  Also, add a small layer of light blue ink blending above the dark green tree layer.  Next, add another tree layer above the blue lake layer, enough to overlap the trees a bit.  Then, dry and add ombre ink blending just above the top tree layer.  Also, blend the blue lightly, into the white space.  Next, add the bird stamping and the sentiment layers.  Finally, layer it all onto the card base, to finish.

Here is another look.


Also, foam double-sided tape, original Misti, Gina K. Designs connect glue, Simon Says Stamp ink blending brushes, Ranger plastic craft mat, Papertrey Ink vellum cardstock, My Favorite Things jalapeno popper, prickly pear, sno cone, gravel gray & summer splash premium dye ink cubes and jalapeno popper card stock; My Creative Time rectangle frame die layers; card stock. 

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other features at Unity's
Technique Time and
Watercolor Wednesday.

This is included in the
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge ~ Make Your Own Background 

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