Moonlight Lake

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A moonlight-y scene created by brayering ink onto white cardstock. I used a 1 3/8" punch to punch a post it note to make the mask to mask out the area for the moon. I used a sponge brayer to apply three different colors of blue inks and a white gel pen to draw the line between the lake and the water.

The reflection of the trees was stamped with Going Grey ink from Stampin' Up! because I wanted a shade lighter than black. The images were stamped with black Marvy Matchable inks. All stamps are from I Brake For Stamps. Enjoy!!

6 comments:

Kathy said...

Gorgeous card, Kathie.

Holly said...

Oh what a beautiful piece of artwork!

Charlotte Howett said...

Gorgeous card. Now I may just have to try it and see what I can do. Thanks for sharing. Charlotte in Indiana

Anonymous said...

Wow! Wow! Wow!!!!!
Dee

kellyrae said...

OMG! How clever is that to use the punch to make your window openings. I LOVE it. And...Kathie...no matter what you say, this is not "basic". LOL

dtilt1 said...

I am actually looking for the details on the acetate swirl card you had on patstamps - technique junkie website from CD 6

did you just smooch the alcohol ink in between the acetate pieces?

I could not find where you make a comment to you or the picture of it on your blog. sorry

Deb tilton