Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Splitcoast Tutorial: Skyline Stamping

Today's tutorial over on Splitcoast is called Skyline Stamping - our tutorial author has several beautiful samples using a Stampin' Up set, but I put my own spin on it, as usual, and hopefully this will give you some ideas as well! Here's my card:

The background I used was already prestamped on my desk - it's done using the stamp below with some misted ColorBox dye inks (one of my summer stamps).

I don't have the set used in the tutorial, so to stamp my buildings I used the back side of a clear sentiment stamp that had a sort of blocky shape.

To add windows to the buildings, I used this stamp, masking off a couple of the rows for the correct width.

Here's a closer look at the card - my gel pen wasn't working so I added highlights and reflections with a white Prismacolor pencil.

The sentiment and airplane are from the set below, also one of my designs.

Stamps I used: CAC Reverse Sunburst, Grunge Map clear set, Extra Fun clear set, Dot Border

Hope you'll give this a try! Thank you for visiting me - remember my silent auction that ends Saturday! (Above are just a few of the cards I have available!)
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. This is awesome! So very creative!

  2. Love your take on the tutorial this week. You have me wanting to go through my stamps and look at them all again, and I own the stamp used in the tutorial. Great card!

  3. Dina,
    So cool how you came up with several ways to get what you wanted....I hope you post this on SCS. Great lesson in thinking outside the box! I am pinning it!

  4. Love how you created this scene using different materials. Your take opens up many more ways to do this fun technique. Lovely sky line!

  5. That is such a creative way to use stamps a while different way! Very cool!

  6. Came over for more details! Gorgeous!