Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps

Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps

Hello there crafty friends! Today I have a card showing you how to Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps. I’m using the NEW stamps from Rubbernecker Stamps. There’s actually an Instagram Hop going on too — check it out HERE for a chance to win some new goodies.

I’m using the Be Wild Stamp Set and the Heavenly Hydrangeas Set. In the Hydrangeas stamp set there are a couple of different sized bunches of flowers — which is absolutely perfect to Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps. So I stamped off the paper on the bottom of my scene which will make the flowers look “closer” than the Fox and the other bunch of Hydrangeas. The higher you place images in your scene they further back they will look. You will want to keep the larger stamped images closer to the bottom of the paper and smaller stamped images “higher” or to the back of the scene. Notice I added some more Hydrangea bushes farther back in the distance to really give this card depth perception.

Check out THESE POSTS for more examples of how to Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps .

 

Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps

I’ve used my Misti to Stamp my images in Memento Desert Sand Ink to get that no-line effect. I stamped onto my Copic Xpress it Blending Card — which is my favorite paper to use my Copic Markers — or any Alcohol Markers, if you don’t own Copics.

Here’s a list of the Copic Markers I used to color my scene.

Fox – R32, R30, E04, R000, E11, N0, N1, N3, N5, YR12, YR14, E71, E30

Hydrangeas – V12, V15, V17, R32

Sky – B00, B000, B0000

Clouds – N0, N1

Grass and bushes – YG11, YG13, YG17, YG67, BG96, E33, E31,

 If you are looking for more information on Copic Markers you can check out my Free Beginner Copic Training Course or you can join my 5 Days to better Copic Coloring Course.

 Create Depth Perception with Different Size Stamps

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