I would like to remind everyone that this is a scenic challenge and a scene with foreground and background images is required. You can stamp, draw or use a digi to make your scene, but cutting out paper does not qualify as creating a scene on this challenge. Please see our instructions page for more information. I don't like to discourage crafters so please note that any entry that does not meet our rules will be ignored.
In scenic stamping we often use specialized techniques to create our wonderful views of the world such as using a brayer to lay down color, starting with a photograph and adding stamped images, using a digi scene to build from, using glossy paper and a stylist, using chalk, and many more. I am sure you all have your own favorite techniques and we want you to share them with us. Please only link completed "scenes" and be sure to include an explanation of your technique in your blog post.
Here is what our wonderful design team has made for your inspiration.
Anna-Karin - Layers of Ink
|Anna-Karin's favorite is to do Black and White scenes on glossy paper.|
Pia - Pippins Stampscapes
Rachel - Fisher's Cards and Crafts
|Rachel likes to make acetate overlays.|
Maggie - Silver Crafter
|Maggie likes to take just one or two stamps to make a scene.|
Sue - Sue's Crafty Corner
|Sue likes to make a random background and then add stamped images.|
Nancy - Crafting Passions
|I decided to try the photoscape technique.|
If you are not sure what constitutes a scenic project, check out the information here.
Don't forget to add GDT to your link if you wish to be considered for a guest spot.
Have fun creating!