I had decided I wasn't going to do any more crafting as there is cleaning to be done in the house in readiness for visitors tomorrow, but I couldn't resist. The dust can wait!
I started by masking off the edges of a 7x7" piece of card, so that I could keep it clean of any inky accidents.
Using a Lavinia Stamps "Hill Mask" with "Forget-Me-Not" Archival ink to create the landscape. I had some Ranger "Vibrant Fuchsia" Archival Ink left on my pink blending brush so used that to create the pink sky. I did the same with the grey at the top of the card using"Shadow Grey" Archival Ink.
I used Versafine Clair "Morning Mist" grey ink to stamp the trees, which are part of the new Lavinia stamp set called "Small Pine Trees". I used the same ink with the Lavina "Moon Mask" to edge the circle to create the moon. I had a little bit of blue left on my blending brush from making the landscape, so added a touch of that around the edge too.
I used Versafine Clair "Twilight" dark blue ink, to stamp the Lavinia "Small Reindeer|, Stag and the owl, which is part of the Brodwin/Maylin stamp set.
Around the lower edges of the card, using first and second generation stamping with Versafine Clair "Nocturne" black ink, I stamped the Lavinia "Small Branch". I then added touches or red gel pen to the end of the branches to replicate berries.
Next, I used Dr. Ph Martin's bleed proof white paint with a fan shaped paint brush, tapping the brush with a pencil to create the impression of a snow fall. I added touches of the paint to the trees and to some of the landscape too.
Finally, using Versafine Clair "Twilight" ink, I stamped the sentiment, which is part of the new Lavinia "Christmas Greetings" stamp set. Removing the masking tape around the edges, I then mounted the scene on to a piece of navy blue card.