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01/04/2019

Fri 04

Night Sky
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello and Happy New Year to all of you! I made this card with a few dies from Poppystamps . I used Winter Cabin ,Whittle Trees and Pointed Circle Frames.

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I love watercoloring with Peerless  Watercolor sheets from Birch Press Design. The color is so vibrant and can easily be toned down with water .

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This is how my night sky started out. I dried it with my heat gun then added more watercolor until I was happy with the results.

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I loaded my brush with white shimmer paint then made splatters by rubbing my fingernail over the tip of the brush.

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This card could be for anyone but I also think its a great masculine card! 

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I hope you enjoy the rest of your week and many blessings to you and your families in 2019!

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Comments

Your star filled night sky is gorgeous! This is a wonderful card Marybeth!

STUNNING results with your starry sky, Marybeth! AND that little cabin & trees look PERFECT with it!!!

nice work!

Hi Marybeth, This is a fantastic card, I especially love your 'night sky' it is gorgeous, a CAS card with lots of effectiveness, I love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

What a stunning night sky, Marybeth ... and a wonderful, peaceful scene to set it off! Gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)

Beautiful night sky and scene

Your night sky turned out fabulous. What a great backdrop for the cabin and whittle trees.

Wonderfully peaceful scene, Marybeth! Love your amazing night sky!!

Thanks for showing us how to do the night sky!

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