Saturday, December 12, 2009
Sweet Stop Sketch #34 - Winter Wolf
I wanted to try a scene card for this week's Sweet Stop sketch. This went together pretty easily once I had an idea for what I wanted to see. I basically decided to go with a winter scene, so I pulled out the In the Forest set from Cornish Heritage Farms. I stamped the wolf twice, once on white cardstock, and once on some Eclipse masking tape. I let them dry, and then I cut out the one that was stamped on the tape. I placed it over the wolf stamped on the white cardstock so it would protect it while I stamped the trees.
After I stamped the trees, I punched out a circle from the same masking tape and positioned the circle in the "sky." I also cut out a small section of tape to cover the snowy ground while I sponged some blue ink over the top of the trees. Once I was done sponging the sky, I took all three masking tape pieces off. The moon was just too bright for me, so I very lightly sponged a tiny bit of blue over the moon.
Instead of a sentiment, I decided to use a punched snowflake with a blue button for the small circular portion of the sketch. This helps reinforce the idea that there is snow on the ground.
I kept the rest of the card simple by adding the sheer dotted ribbon and mounting the scene on some shimmery metallic Lapis Lazuli cardstock. LOVE this shimmery dark blue paper!
In the Forest (Scene It line from Cornish Heritage Farms)
Timber Brown Stazon
Walnut Stain distress (watercolored the wolf)
Faded Jeans distress
Simply Smooth White from Cornish Heritage Farms
Lapis Lazuli - Stardream Metallic (I bought mine from Creative Cuts and More)
Eclipse masking tape
Martha Stewart snowflake punch
button - The Paper Studio
ribbon - May Arts