Good Sunday morning! The Craft a Scene theme for March is moonlight. I love creating winter night scenes with the moonlight creating dark shadows of the trees on the snowy ground. Here is what I came up with.
I punched a circle out of Post-it and placed on the cardstock to mask the moon. I cut a strip of scrap paper to create a mask for the ground area, held it in place and sponged in the blue night sky. Check out my Winter Moonlight tutorial if you would like to see step by step pictures of how I made this scene.
I stamped the truck on watercolor paper, painted with reinker and cut out and using a small brush I lightly painted on the snowy areas with white watercolor paint.
I finished the card with a punched snowflake frame popped up with mounting tape. I attached the truck with on the outside of the frame for a little added dimension. Click on the photos if you would like to see a little closer view.
Please check out the Craft a Scene blog to see what the other design team members have created for the challenge. I hope you are having a great weekend.
stamps: Rubbernecker Kittie Kits Fall Harvest and The Moose Is Loose Paper: Watercolor, Vanilla Ink: Stormy Sky, Black Accessories: Martha Stewart Snowflake PATP, Nestabilities Labels One Large and Small, Sponge, Circle Punch, White Watercolor Paint, Brush, Snips, Craft Knife