Monday, November 4, 2019

BSS IDEA - Moonlit Snowy Night

Welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff Idea.

What a complete washout Halloween was.  Not a child in site and I don't 
blame them, but I do remember a few Halloweens when I was walking
our daughter around with a dripping umbrella and soaked to the bone.

And Sunday, I got the down comforter out and put it on the bed. Brr, my
feet were cold all night the night before.  

Here is my card for this week's IDEA.

Stamp - Penny Black-Winter Tide - 40-715
Paper - Cream Colored cardstock, silver mirror paper mat.
Bunny and Bird dies - Impression Obsession
Stamped the stamp in the Misti several times
with different green inks.
Punched a circle and used removable tape to keep it in place
before sponging the background with several different colors
of blue dye ink.
I used white water based paint diluted a little with water
 on a paint brush to splatter the snowy background
Peel the circle off carefully to reveal a large full moon.

Thanks for stopping by today.
Have a great day.
Until later..........


cotnob said...

This is beautiful Sue, such a fabulous scene - a lovely card.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Sandra H said...

Fabulous card Sue just love the scene nearly upon us x

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous Sue love it
Gr Karin

Bunny said...

This is beautiful, Sue. Love the bunny and the bird.

Sorry Halloween was a washout. We set a new record high heat and then it rained early on here when the kids had probably only been out a short while and I think that sent many people home even though it stopped 30 minutes later. It just rained so hard in those 30 minutes. Brr.............having to get the down comforter out. I'm waiting for your picture of the falls to freeze over. We actually dropped over 20 degrees in one night. Anything under 70 is freezing for me. I know that makes you laugh............brrrrr

cuilliesocks said...

Absolutely beautiful scene Sue, lovely colouring and I love the Cardinal bird and the little rabbit. You keep yourself cosy, Kate x

*Vicki* said...

WOW! What an absolutely gorgeous wintry scene you've made here Sue! I love the little critters with it! HUGS