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Stampscapes, Day 6

Today is our last day of Stampscape samples provided by our multi-talented design team.  We hope you enjoyed our sampling and you find some inspiration to take the plunge (if you haven't already) into the world of scenic rubber stamping!  It really isn't as difficult as it looks!  Try it and we guarantee you will be hooked.

Kevin, thank you so much for providing our Artistic Guides with the stamps to play with.  We truly enjoyed our journey down the scenic trail!  No pun intended! LOL

Folks, please check out Kevin's website - Stampscapes - for more samples and tutorials, and of course, the rubber stamps! 

 

By: Michael A. Trent, Artistic Guide
Stamps Used:  195G-Pines & Rocks, 282F-Eerie Moon,
112A-Flock, & 084E-Tonal Applicator

By: Bea Rosenleaf, Artistic Guide
Stamps Used: 049G-Lakeside Cove, Large

By: Michael A. Trent, Artistic Guide
Stamps Used: 049G-Lakeside Cove, Large, 019G-Cloud Cumulus, Large,
078F - Spruce Tree, Large, & 040B-Geese in Flight


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  1. Kittie -
    Thanks so much for your comments. The Stamper's Quest retreat (sunset) that I did for the first post was on glossy cardstock with dye inks. The one here, was on regular cardstock and I stippled the ink with a duster (stipple) brush using both pigment and dye inks. I learned a cool technique from watching Michael Strong....put a rubber band around the duster bristles and you can cotrol the stipple area better! the bristles can't spread as much and become unmanageable.

  2. Michael, please share with us how you did that bookmark...I fell in love with it. Your work is alway so inspirational.
    Thank you....

  3. Thanks Kittie!! Stampscapes are very easy to use. And very addictive. I always use glossy paper. The background is brayered. I used the Big & Juicy Vibrant Primaries and the large brayer. The stamps are inked in Stazon Black. All of Kevin's stamps work perfectly together and just blend. Enjoy.

    Michael

  4. I will not start on Stampscapes, I will not start on Stampscapes, I will not start on Stampscapes.
    Sigh, it's not working. I love these. They are so beautiful. Just what I need, another type of
    stamp to collect and play with. My money tree is fading fast.

  5. Oh, my! Thee are all gorgeous. Michael I love the dark night like sky in both of your pproject. Bea, you captured the light on the water so beautifully. Wow! I have never purchased any of these stamps but must go look. Did either of your use glossy white paper? The colors seem to blend so perfectly on glossy paper for this type of project.

  6. Thankyou for sharing the world of scenic stamping. It has become a passion of mine over the past 2 years. I find it rewarding and a way to let my creative side out. The samples that you have created to share with us have been wonderful. It's been a fun week. ...Pat M