Friday, November 16, 2012

First Snow Storm

 The scene depicts a sunny sky before a snow storm. There is a beautiful bright light that radiates through the dark snow clouds just before millions of snow flakes fall gently to the ground.
This is a cloud photo that I turned into this scene using Stampscape Stamps and lots and lots of  dye ink/Q tips.  I tried to to make it look as realistic as possible.~ENJOY!

Craft a Scene~November Troubled Skies






extra supplies:
card stock and corners from scrap stash
sentiment~studio 112 and pigment ink

10 comments:

  1. Oh Deanna, it is amazing. Yes, the sky is realistic and the scene is wonderful! Thank you for sharing with us again at Craft a Scene. NancyD

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  2. Stunning Sky Deanna!
    Thank you for sharing with us again at Craft a Scene
    Nadia

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  3. That certainly is a very brooding sky Deanna and give such atmosphere to your scene.

    Thanks so much to joining us at Craft a Scene challenge month.

    B x

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  4. Wow, Deanna, this is really amazing and soooo beautiful. Great artwork

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  5. Wow, Deanna what a fabulous, atmospheric scene you have made. I love the balance between the light and the dark clouds, super! Sue x

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  6. Deanna, it is stunning! Wow! Thanks for joining us at Craft a scene this month x

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  7. This is stunning Deanna, I love the way you've used the photo of the clouds to make your scene, such a great idea. I'm hoping to have the time to make something for this months challenge, things have slowed down here at long last.

    Sue x

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  8. wow...this is great scene with the clouds. super!
    thank you for joining at craft a scene this month.
    greetings

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  9. Very harmonious combination of a photo and stamps!

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  10. Gorgeous Deanna,
    Love the scene and the way you have colored it! suz Q

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