I was curious to see if I could create a cloudy night sky by using a brushed ink background and some stencils. So luckily I had a cloud stencil and some flowers on a stencil with me at the care center so I could make a simple scene.
Thanks for your positive feedback to my other attempts trying to make cards with limited supplies. I sure do miss my stash at home but will do my best trying to have fun at least.
God bless, Verna
This is all stenciling? I would have thought the flowers were a stamp. Absolutely wonderful work with the sky, it is a great blend of colors and clouds!
A gorgeous card,love your background.xxx
This turned out awesome!
A really pretty card. Well done!!
Glad to see you're back to creating. Your card turned out great. The sky is wonderful.
This is lovely! I wouldn't have guessed that this was all made with stencils!
Fabulous cloudy night sky and the silhouette stamping looks fabulous against it Verna x.
I meant to say silhouette stencil.....x
YOu did a great job with your limited supplies! This is amazing.
Verna, your card is absolutely beautiful! You do have a good eye when it comes to composition, coloring and the colors you choose to use.
So happy you are getting the help you need to get strong again and getting closer to going back to the farm. You always have my prayers Verna.
LOVE your gorgeous inked sky with the black floral images. BEAUTIFUL!
You have created a beautiful scene your card is lovely x
I'm so glad to see you sharing cards again, and what a beauty this turned out to be! Your work with stencils is just amazing!! I love that colorful sky that remind me of storm clouds making way for some bright sunshine! Keep up the great work!
This is just gorgeous. The sky is awesome and looks like a lot of what our skies have been looking like. Sometimes I think with limited supplies it makes you think more and that's what you've done. I'm so glad you feel like making cards.
Oh my goodness, Verna. This is simply GORGEOUS!!! Those colors are perfect, you have totally captured a mood here. I'm in awe, I could never achieve this.
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