Thanks for stopping by.
Glad to be back home, after a very busy few days at the NEC.
Here’s an easy one I made yesterday afternoon,
using the round shape stencil and Clarity Brushes.
You can get the blank shapes in a pack…
or you can get the shapes individually, with pattern inners.
Either way, they[re brilliant to have in your stash, because they provide a super art-starting place.
Let’s take a look…
Attach the round aperture stencil to the same size
I like to make a hinge with the masking tape at one end,
so that I can monitor my progress, and peep!
Place a sheet of copy paper underneath, and away we go!
Everybody needs a big Clarity Stencil Brush,
loaded with Butterscotch. I’m telling you!
Just start sweeping around the perimeter of the circle with the brush, leaving it white in the centre.
Load up a mini round blending tool with Denim and drag blue in over the yellow from one side, like so:
Don’t forget, we still have a super deal on these little blending tools and refills from Ranger.
Buy them, and we will send you the Blending mat FREE.
Tear a sheet of copy paper into a hill and brsuh in some Lettuce colour with another brush
Add some Denim with the Mini sponge tool again.
Then lift the torn paper a little higher
and add another hill in the background.
Make-up sponge and Slate Adirondack for the moon shadow.
Put down the moon mask, then drag a little Slate out from the centre of the Post-It circle. Just lightly.
Remove the mask and then pull the slate make-up sponge across the base, to make the shadow.
Time to remove the Stencil.
Out with my favourite stamp of the year.
Add a word from one of our wonderful wordchains,
Available individually or as a set of 4.
Finally dust round the edges with what’s left on your yellow brush.
Monday’s blog is Trees and flowers.
You see no trees?
The hills are thousands of trees!
Round the edge with a micron pen…
And here is the lovely group of ladies
who patiently watched me prep this blog!
Thanks for keeping me company!