Concord & 9th – City Stacks
I’ve been doing a lot of drawing lately, which you will have noticed if you follow me on Instagram! Since Paper Crafts Crew’s last challenge was for 2 weeks and Fab Friday had a challenge last week, I really had no cards to make this weekend and spent the weekend working on a sketch for a painting for a commission I’m doing. I’ve also been making drawings that I can’t show anyone yet, but I will have something exciting to announce at some point in the future!
I decided to take a break from drawing yesterday afternoon and make a card. I was so excited when I saw this set from Concord & 9th…it’s just the sort of thing I like.
I decided since I’m really getting back into watercolors to do another watercolor card, but this time I grabbed my Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors to do this. Lookie:
GOJUS! I have so many friends I could send this to. Now that I’m not doing SU! I don’t travel and see all my wonderful friends I made as a demonstrator, but they are still very much in my mind and my heart.
I painted a rainbow for the buildings and went over every other one with black. I die cut the buildings out with the matching die.
To do the stars, I first tried painting them with the white pain from the Kuretake Gansai Tambi set, but it didn’t show up enough. So I used a Sakura white gel pen instead and then added Sakura Stardust pen over top.
When this was done, it needed something more, so since I was having a Sakura pen party, I grabbed my Sakura Clear Glaze pen and put glass in all these windows! It looks quite cool!
This turned out so cute and cool…I can see I am going to have such fun with these stamps and dies!
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