To do this technique you will need some glossy paper or cardstock (I used photography paper), a rubber stamp, a candle and some clear acrylic spray fixative. I always find tutorials helpful and here are some that explain this technique...
I found that it took a bit of practice until I got enough soot built up. Once you have enough soot you apply the stamp. This is a little tricky as well to get a good imprint, so take your time. I sprayed immediately after stamping and when it was dry I trimmed around the imprint.
I chose a grey colored cardstock to simulate moonlight. I backed the imprint with black paper and then attached it to the upper left corner so that I could extend the image with a black colored pencil. I used a ruler and lightly drew lines to match the stamp. I then colored the sections to match the picture.
I did a search for a picture of a full moon. I cropped the one I found and added the first verse of a poem I found by Walter de la Mare entitled Silver.
Slowly, silently, now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon;
This way, and that, she peers, and sees
silver fruit upon silver trees;