Another snowy scene for you today using masking fluid; I know many of you have purchased masking fluid and are trying it out or waiting for a chance to play. I have one more masking fluid card to post tomorrow so I might set up inlinkz so that you can link your cards if you get a chance. I could love to see what you create.
I used a brayer for the sky and applied grey ink from one edge and pink from the other so they would blend in the middle. I sponged the snow banks in both pink and grey.
To see why I keep creating snow scenes check out the photos below taken when I looked out my windows this morning.
This morning I woke up to this out my back door:
and this out my front door:
Something a little different from the past few days but not entirely without a musical connection. There is really nothing to the making of this card and I’m sure it could be done in a different colour scheme such as grey/black or dark green/light green. I used Summer Sky and Nautical Blue and, as I did not have the exact blue card stock to mat the panel with, I sponged Summer Sky onto the card base to frame it above and below.
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