The sun has burnt off most of this mornings mist and the temperature has rocketed.
So it means curtains and blinds closed to keep the heat out, we British are never satisfied!
Anyway, while I was taking refuge from yesterday's heat I had time for a little play in the craft room.
My friend Cornelia sparked an idea with her card for HLS dies at the beginning of the month, then last night I saw my friend Loll's card and she also reminded me of the photo at Inkspiration.
So here is the result.
I'd seen a painting of a city skyline using a loose water colour technique. When I saw Cornelia's card, it reminded me of it and then with Loll's it firmed up my idea.
From a couple of Post its I cut a skyline stencil using my MFT die then attached it with the sticky strip to a piece of white card, masking the top of the card with some more.
I then washed some plain water in the gaps of my stencil then sprinkled some turquoise Brusho onto the panel, followed by a spray of a mixture of water and Prussian Blue Brusho. Standing it on it's side I let the water dribble down before removing the Post it stencil and letting it dry.
The sentiments are from Woodware and STAMPlorations.
Thanks for the inspiration Loll and Cornelia!
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