Masking Fluid & Brayered Sky 2Posted: December 21, 2012 Filed under: CAS, Penny Black, Pine & Star, Stamped Landscapes 17 Comments
Another snowy scene for you today using masking fluid; I know many of you have purchased masking fluid and are trying it out or waiting for a chance to play. I have one more masking fluid card to post tomorrow so I might set up inlinkz so that you can link your cards if you get a chance. I could love to see what you create.
I used a brayer for the sky and applied grey ink from one edge and pink from the other so they would blend in the middle. I sponged the snow banks in both pink and grey.
To see why I keep creating snow scenes check out the photos below taken when I looked out my windows this morning.
Stamps: Pine & Star, Silent Night(PB)
Inks: Memento Angel Pink, London Fog(Tsukineko)
Also: Winsor & Newton Masking Fluid
This morning I woke up to this out my back door:
and this out my front door:
Beautiful snowy effect using the masking fluid! Happy Holidays Heather!
Love your snow scenes and your view of outside is wonderful. It almost makes me welcome the snow.
The snow is beautiful…….but then I don’t have to deal with it. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity. I love your style……..and yes I’ve purchased masking fluid. Can’t wait to play! Merry Christmas!!
Fabulous card …. I have bought the masking fluid … But need to try out…..
You can keep your snow…. 19 degs here in Gibraltar….
Have a fabulous Christmas….
Love from Sylvie xxxx
Thank you for the tutorials, videos and all your work. They give me the opportunity to learn from you any day at any time (I’m a casino worker). I purshased some masking fluid at Michaels yesterday and I want to give a tray pretty soon.
Thank you so much for sharing your talent.
What gorgeous colors on your card. Love the pink that you brought in with the soft grays. I tried your sponging technique on a snowman card last night. Still not quite got ‘your touch’ yet, but I’m still being inspired. Thank you! Loved the snowy trees in your area too, but glad it is up in YOUR area, not mine! Merry Christmas, and thanks for sharing all your creativity. Am enjoying it so much. Hugs
You really do make beautiful snow scenes. And I love the pink and gray combination for the sky!
What a spectacular card, and a perfect rendition of how our skies will look when our snow begins this evening and goes on for 4 days. We often get that pink tone at sunrise and/or sunset, here. My favorite Christmas gift would be four straight days of sponging cards, without interruption. That probably only happens in Heaven. 🙂
Christmas Blessings to you and your family, and many thanks for your inspiration generosity.
Red sky at night; sailors’ delight. Red sky at dawn; sailors take warn!
Heather every card you make makes me go WOW, just love your winter scenes. I wish we had snow, it looks so much nicer that rain and drizzle, want to swap? Have a lovely Christmas x
WOW! Gorgeous with the pink and gray! Love looking at snow pictures – thanks for sharing!!
I love your creations Heather! Those pictures are awesome, I love snow and here in Miami we are very far from that. Love looking at your pictures.
Oh! How I wish we were there!
So beautiful! Not too much snow in my life over the years, but love the look in your cards! Have the masking fluid…just need the time to play!
Hello Heather, I did try this with writting a word with the fluid it came out but my lettering needs improvement. I just need to keep trying, if I have some time before Christmas I am going to try a snow seen! I just love looking at your site what insperation….Thanks, Stephanie
Lovely card, as usual. I like the pinks and grays on this. Looks like you’ll be having a white Christmas. I hope you were prepared for it. That would have shut down our area.
Your pictures are beautiful! Happy shoveling! I love the first good snow fall and after that first happy shoveling; it is downhill all the way.