I hope you are having a great weekend and a super Sunday. Ours has been spent doing much the same as the rest of the week - painting! The EM has been painting the hall and I've been painting with watercolours. I'm over simplifying, of course, but you get the picture ... he's been hard at work and I've been
Sheena made the tints look so easy to use, as they need to be for an amateur like me :) You may recall that some time back I enrolled on a class aimed at water colouring for card makers. What with one thing and another I didn't make much progress but now I have no excuse not to start again!
It's small, the base is white card measuring just 4"x3" ... big enough though for me to try out this technique of swooshing colour about. All the colours used are from the Perfectly Primary set and the stamps are from an African Safari Silhouette set from Clarity Stamps, stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed with Stampendous Midnight Black powder.
The EM loves bright colours so he immediately claimed this as his own. It reminds him, he says, of photos he's seen depicting the Serengeti, hence the title. As he intends framing it I've kept the matting and layer to just black and white ... a rummage through the snippet mountain produced scraps of black perfect for the job.
Now I'm off over to link with Di's challenge at Pixie's Snippets Playground - Week 146 - where anything goes as long as it has a snippet or two on it somewhere.
Many thanks to you for popping in ... leave a comment if you have time because it's good to know that I'm not here on my own just blethering away to myself :)
Take care and enjoy what's left of the day.