This week Brenda has given us a terrific video on painting a moon scene. The artist shows how to use water to move the colors. Very informative video. This is the sentiment I use when signing any card that was made for one of my grandchildren. It worked so well with this scene. Followed the video, but wish my blue was a bit darker. Next time. This really was fun. Hope you join us and create your moon scene. TFL
Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2021 GMT Views: 325
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Tue, Jun 22, 2021 @ 7:09 PM
I love your moon scene, Linda, and I really like the greenish/blue color. One of cards I got darker and one not quite as dark. I love that you put this sentiment on your grandchildren's cards....so sweet and sure to make them feel loved.
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Wed, Jun 23, 2021 @ 7:04 AM
Oh goodness - what a lovely tradition you have started with your "grands" by always signing their cards with this heartfelt sentiment. They will think of you whenever and where ever they see it. Beautiful layering of colors in your night sky and I love the gradients that seem roll & move throughout that sky as well as your crescent moon.
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