Craftascope Weeping Willow by Nick Roberts

Morning everyone, It’s great to be back with you again after my little absence from Crafting. I am sharing with you today a little project I have made for my new launch on Tuesday 26th at 11am and 3pm with Dave.
This morning I am launching another brand new collection at 10am with Charlie, with another show this afternoon with Hayley.
You will need:
Craftascope ”Weeping Willow” A5 Media Stencil
Clarity Mask collection
Distress Inks: Blueprint Sketch, Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot
Temporary Adhesive Spray
Clarity Stamp Trees
Versafine Black Ink Pad
White Stamping Card
Black Base Card
Black Fine Liner
Step 1: Position your mountain and moon masks. Use adhesive spray to position you stencil onto a piece of 5 x 7” white card.
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Step 2: Using the selection of inks, blend from Dark to light, using Black soot only around the very edges.
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Step 3: Remove the mountain range and use the hills mask and a much lighter blend of the blue inks to create your landscape.
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Step 4: Replace the stencil and use a black fine liner to outline the branches to enhance the shapes.
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Step 5: Add some trees to complete the picture. Remove the moon mask.
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Step 6: Use your chosen sentiment and place it over the large moon. To finish your card mount onto your black card base.
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Thank you ever so much for joining me today. I do hope you will take a look at my shows today and join me on Tuesday for another exciting Craftascope launch. I have been so looking forward to be able to share with you again. Take care and Happy Crafting to you all.xx

3 thoughts on “Craftascope Weeping Willow by Nick Roberts

  1. This is a beautiful piece! So wonderful to see one of your blogs again, I have missed them! Really wonderful to see you back! I know your show will be fabulous! Best of luck!
    Carol

  2. Lovely but a lot of specific items I would need to buy, and therefore too costly for me but hope all goes well for you.

  3. Oh wow Nick! This piece is stunning. Always love all the detail you put into a piece which makes them all a work of art. Nicola XXX

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