Monday, 22 October 2018

Winter Evening with Clarity Treescape Stamps

Morning Friends and Crafters, Today I am sharing a card I made with the wonderful 'Treescape' stamp set from Clarity. Maria had these on her shows on Wednesday. I do hope you got to see, if not you can always watch rewind via the Hochanda Website.

You will Need: 
Clarity Treescape Stamp
Winter Stamp
Club Stencil No 46
Archival Black Ink Pad
Copier Paper Mask
Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink
Blueprint Sketch Distress Ink
Stamping Card
Clarity Moon Mask
Black Card
White Card Base
Copier Paper Mask
Tacky Glue

Step 1: Cut your card too 6 x 5'', Stamp your image centrally on the card with Archival black ink. Add a row of 'Winter' across the top. Mask the image and add your stencil, using the distress inks.

Step 2: Cut a mask to protect the outside of your image.

Step 3: Secure the mask over your image.

Step 4: Add a clarity moon mask using ripped copier paper cover the ground and blend the sky with the distress inks. Add a very light touch of the blue to the snowy ground.

Step 5: Remove the moon mask and the copier paper.

Step 6: Cut your black mat and base card.

Step 7: Mount your piece onto the black before securing it to your base card with Tacky Glue.

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I do hope you have enjoyed the tutorial today along with the finished card. I hope you will join me again very soon to see what else I have to share with you. For now Take care and Happy


  1. Love how dramatic this card is. Also like the colours that you have used(blue of course) and the little touch of blue in amount the trees definitely gives it a reality it wouldn't have otherwise.
    Thank you for sharing Nicola x

  2. I do love this image one of the first stencils i bought so lovely to see it in other formats, love your card xx

  3. it brilliant thank you for sharing your blog

  4. Love this card Nick and as usual brilliant tutorial. Thank you.