Lavinia World (11/21)- Winter Is Here
Welcome to Winter! Ok- not quite winter, but it feels like it here in VA and the chill in the air inspired this scene. I can absolutely believe the stag is staring up to the sky to take in the snowflakes and of course my favorite hare is along for the walk.
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I only used 3 colors- Ranger Archival- Garden Pot, Midnight Blue and Black.
I made my hills using a cut piece of paper- I would normally just tear it, but I wanted a smoother line. I shaded these in only the gray first. The blue was only added at the very end. It's very dark so I wanted to be sure I was only highlighting with it.
Next I stamped my trees and again I used both gray and blue for the trees and wild flowers last.
I stamped the stags and hare last so they were exactly where I wanted them.
Lastly I started to stamp the mat- I only wanted to create more depth here so I stamped the edges with trees and the bottom with the wild flowers. Again, I used the gray and then blue.
Then I added some bling to highlight my snowflakes that I randomly stamped in gray and blue as well.
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