I'm still on a roll playing with the new Lavinia Stamps release. Today is the turn of Lupin the hare.
I started by using a gel plate background I made a few days ago using two shades of Elements Inks (Emporor Red and Graphite) with the Lavinia Stamps "Berry" stencil.
I started by stamping Lupin the hare, using Versafine Clair "Nocturne" black ink.
I then masked off the moon and used "Confetti" Elements Ink around it. Around that I then used "Violet Chalk" Elements Inks. After removing the mask, I coloured the moon in using layers of white Pan Pastel, building up the colour till it was more solid. I then used a black Van Goch Pastel Pencil to shade in the lower left hand side of the moon.
Using Versafine Clair "Nocturne" again, I multi stamped the "Tree Branch" and "Gip" on each side of the card, I then stamped two birds from the new "Birds" stamp set.
Moving to the bottom half of the card, I used two Lavinia "Hill Masks" with Versafine Inks to create the landscape. I then stamped the "Tree Group" in Versafine Clair "Morning Mist" grey ink, with the hills masked off, so that the trees appear behind the hills.
I then moved on to stamping the foliage in the foreground using: Leaf Spray, Flora Set, Lamps, Woodland and Small Branch in a mix of "Nocturne" and "Morning Mist" Versafine Clair ink.
Using second generation stamping and Versafine Clair "Morning Mist" grey ink, I stamped the "Winter Spice" sentiment down the left hand side of the card.
I used a stencil brush and "Wilted Violet" Distress Oxide Ink to darken the edges of the card, then edged it in Nocturne black ink. I added extra detail using a selection of Posca Pens, Gel Pens, Pastel Pencils and a normal pencil.