Monday, 26 February 2018

Easy Scenery Cards

Hi there! I love making scenery cards, even if I don't have a lot of stamps made especially for that. I'm all for using what one has available, including a bit of imagination ...

My first card combines stamps from the two sets from Rubber Dance; Carved Whimsy Wood in the back and a tree and leaves from Four Seasons on top, cut out and adhered with foam dots. I stamped the trees first, then drew the ground and grass with a waterproof pen before colouring everything using Zig clean colour markers and a waterbrush. Just goes to show that you don't need more than a few trees to make a scenery card - add a few pen strokes and you're all set! :-)

 The flower in the corner is from Carved Whimsy Wood, with leaves from Four Seasons tucked underneath.

The trees in the back (lighter colours) were stamped, masked and stamped again to make them look as if they are standing behind one another. I used the two leaves stamp to add branches to one of the trees (darker green). The ground and grass are easy to draw in like this - and it doesn't have to be perfect. All we want is the illusion of a ground that adds a bit of depth:

 If you haven't made scenery cards before, just give it a try. 
Start simple..... and before you know it, you've made a heck of a scene!

 Thanks for looking!

If you want to see more samples with the new stamps, 
please visit my post over at the Rubber Dance blog

 The stamps used are from the new sets - on sale just till the end of February.
 You can get either sheet at 15 % off in the Rubber Dance web shop.
OR both and save even more!



  1. These are cool. Lovely scenes and makes me think spring!!!! Hugz

    1. Thanks, Gail! ♥ Spring is just around the corner... hopefully! :)

  2. Amazing samples Bibi now I can call you the Queen of Scenes too then 😍
    Donna xx

    1. Thank you, Donna! ♥ You may call me Queen of anything but Drama ;)

  3. I too love creating scenes! Fab inspiration, Bibi, I might CASE these with my new "Surprise" stamps... So excited, many thanks, they are great!

    1. Thanks, Craftyfield! I hope you will CASE them - what an honour!!
      You're more than welcome, enjoy your stamp prize :-)


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