Friday 2 October 2020

Blogging Friends October Blog Hop, It was a dark and stormy night theme

Firstly I would like to thank all my fellow demonstrators for all your beautiful comments on my last project, it was lovely blog hopping with everyone and seeing such amazing projects from all.
This theme was a real challenge for me. I have not done anything like this before, thank you Rick for pushing me out of my comfort zone. I didn't know where to start or what to do and how to do it. I have seen a lot of ink blending tutorials on YouTube and have a long playlist with ink blending techniques from various Youtubers and knew one day I would do it, didn't know when, it was on my to do list and you know when you have something on that list it can be a while. 

My go to was google images, so I took a bit of this and a bit of that from various images and came up with my DARK AND STORMY NIGHT card, I have to say I'm quite happy with the way it turned out. I wanted it to look a lot more stormier, but didn't know how and this was the best I could come up with. I can't wait to see all the other projects created by the rest of my blog hopping friends.

It was an easy card to make, just one layer, once I had my scene ready, I adhered it to the basic black card base. I used Night Of Navy ink for the ink blending, I stamped the trees and branches using Rooted in Nature and Snow Front stamp set with Night of navy and Momento Tuxedo black ink, for the lightening I drew it using a white lead pencil, I would've preferred to have used a white gel pen but the one I had dried up. 

Thank you for stopping by today! We have an amazing line up of Stampin'Up! demonstrators from around the world, you are currently on my page - Fiona Rozario don't forget to hop around and check all the other fabulous projects. Please don't hesitate to leave me a comment and if you any questions you can email me at

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