Michelle's tutorial for the Fall card is here: http://zindorf.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2010/09/02/fall-color-tutorial-360/ You'll see that I don't stray from "The Master." lol
The important technique here is emboss resist, which is what is done first, with the except of the Winter card. Michelle describes how to use Versamark and ink stamped together, then heated as your first step, then brayer the sky, then sponge your grass, then stamp the tree, sponge the 'ground' and add white gel pen highlights.
The winter card is done differently. First, tear through the sticky part of a post it note to make your hilly horizon. Then brayer your sky, then sponge low grey clouds, then sponge your horizon. remove the post it note. Lightly sponge Going Grey at the bottom tip, then a little Basic Grey. Stamp your tree. Using Whisper White Craft Ink, stamp your snowflakes, then heat emboss with Iridescent Ice. Add your white gel highlights, making snow in the branch crevices. Dust a bit more Going Grey around the tree for your shadow and mount to your mats.
Colors are as follows:
Fall: Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Wild Wasabi, Marina Mist and Not Quite Navy.
Winter: Not Quite Navy, Taken with Teal, Going Grey, Basic Grey, Whisper White (craft)
Spring: Blushing Bride, Rose Red, Certainly Celery, Early Espresso, Bashful Blue and Marina Mist
Summer: Wild Wasabi, Poppy Parade, Garden Green, Baja Breeze, Pacific Point and Certainly Celery
These are 5 x 5 cards finished. The mat stamped with Style Beautiful is 4 1/2 square. The Square image on Whisper White is 3 1/4 square, with mats measuring 3 3/8 square and 3 1/2 square.
These were really fun to make! I'm off to make a brayered gift box for them............have fun!