Tuesday 29 January 2013

Inspiration from Scotland

A friend from work posted a photograph of her Christmas holidays with her family in Scotland. The colours of the mountains and the snow in the distance inspired me to have a play with my distress inks, masks and stamps.
This was the second card I made as I gave the first to my friend. Here are a few more using different arrangements and colours. I also took inspiration from Glendas blog placing the trees at the edge of the lake.
I changed the colour combinations giving a very different feeling to the scenes.
The trees are from the Terrific Treescapes clear stamps from Chocolate Baroque. Thanks for visiting Debbie


Paula (PEP) said...

I love these - particularly the last one. Brilliant seeing the difference that the colours make too. I had that stamp set for Christmas so am ready to have a play with it. I especially like the effect of the lake....... quite dynamic in the way that perspective is heightened by that.
Paula (PEP)

Carol said...

These are all gorgeous and though i don't know Scotland well the misty feel seems so right.

Sue said...

Debbie I adore these cards and need a lesson in how to create for sure.

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Wow Debbie these are fabulous ! Beautiful work with the 'scenes', love them ! Shirleyx

Dianne said...

Wow these are beautiful cards brilliant job using your distressed inks..

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Wow such a beautiful collection of cards, the scenes are stunning. I love them.

Sue x