Picture Window: Nov 2020 class
A ll my projects today came from LeAnn Greff and she has a wonderful YouTube video about the Life is Beautiful set. Go check it out.
Fold your Smoky Slate card base in half. Stamp and add inside white piece.
Using Smoky Slate ink STAMP OFF ON SCRATCH PAPER AND THEN ONTO YOUR CARD the word peace over and over until you fill your background.
Take your white piece that is 4 1/4 x 2 15/16.
Using a circle punch or die, punch a circle from a post it. You will need both pieces. You may want to use some repositionable glue to help keep it down for the next steps.
Lay the square post-it with the circle cut from it on your white piece where you want your moon. then starting off the white paper in a circle motion sponge color onto your moon. Leaving some white in the center. I used So Saffron and think mine is a little dark. Watch the video from LeAnn Greff she does a great job explaining the sponging.
Now cover your moon with the circle post-it and again starting off the paper in a circle motion ink up your night sky. I used several colors of ink. Blushing Bride, Pool Party, Balmy Blue, Smoky Slate, and Misty Moomlight.
Now remove the post-it and stamp your scene. Remember to stamp off for lighter shades!
Add Wink of Stella for sparkling snow.
Add your window grid to your frame with small dots of glue. Add your window to your scene with Dimensionals. Then add the piece to your Misty Moonlight piece that is 3 1/8 x 4 1/2.
Add the whole thing to your card base.
I did not add words but you could.
Keeping your window frame and grid the same color will be helpful as the grid is just a wee bit bigger than your opening.
You get the window frame by using the Stitched Rectangles that are 5th and 3rd from the largest.