This is a picture that I wanted to show you all but couldn't until now as it was a Christmas gift for someone. With this piece I have used the Gelli Plate to make a reflection...so much easier using the Gelli Plate for this!
I stamped my Trees and the Deer onto the Gelli Plate which I had mounted onto the Clarity Mega Mount (fabulous thing). I then used the Gelli Plate like a stamp and stamped onto my card. I then turned my image around and then this time stamped my Trees and Deer directly onto the card.
I added some 'banking' along the waters edge using my mini Fern and one of the mini Leaves from a remountable set.
I covered the 'land' with copy paper and went to work on the water. This was done using a Brayer, scrunched up copy paper, two shades of Memento Ink: Nautical Blue and Summer Sky. The same colours were used with the Brayer (minus the copy paper) for the sky. I used the Yellow ink from a Big n Juicy Pad - Soothing Sunset with a Stencil Brush. The deer are stamped in Adirondack Black, the Trees and Foliage are stamped in Memento - Olive Grove. I drew in the small birds in flight with a Black Micron Pen.
I added more foliage to the top and bottom of the picture using Olive Grove again and then with a make-up sponge I added a bit more shading using Memento - Pistachio.
I decided at the last minute to add a bit more shading and foliage to the waters edge with the mini remountable leaf before framing.
All the products that I have used to create this picture, from the Stamps, Card, tools to ink have all been supplied by Clarity Stamp. If anyone wishes details for anything I have used, leave a comment and I will forward you the details. I usually do a link for each product but as blogger is playing up and it has taken me nearly a week to get this posted I just wanted to keep going before it stalled on me again...apologies!
I hope you like it.
I am entering this picture into the Clarity Stamp Challenge for December as the challenge is Trees.
Good luck to everyone in all their challenges and I hope that you all have a wonderful 2015.
Hugs to all