Here is her tutorial (reprinted with permission from her blog):
Today, I'm sharing a one of Sheena Douglass's new images! I just love her style and have become a huge fan of hers. The key to this technique is building color by blending with a light touch, leaving highlight in some part(s) of your scene . I stamped my image onto white cardstock and selected my color pallet.
I noticed that the lightest shade I chose - milled lavender, looked more like scattered straw. Well that's because I used the wrong pad - oops! For me this was ok, I just continued to build on top of it.
As I added the darker shades, I did not go in as far.
On the bottom, I used a mask of torn paper to create hills in the distance with the darkest shade of blue.
My final ink color was black for the ground and edging .
I stamped a sentiment from the new set and blended blue and black around the edge. For final touches, I blended some dark blue and black along the horizon line and darkened the tree trunk applying black soot with a cotton tip swab.
You can still see the bottom of the tree image, which looks like shading. Sheena's silhouette images are perfect for this technique."
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