Being Yourself

The thing about Bank Holiday weekends is that the following week is shorter – which is good right? Of course it is! But it does mean that I’m thinking it is Wednesday when actually it is Thursday. Am I the only one? You guys can back me on this right?

As it is Thursday and I haven’t posted since Monday I thought I would drop in and post a very quick make from my Kuretake demo last weekend.

I’ve used the ZIG Art and Graphic Twin Watercolour markers for this one, I did a subtle background watercolour wash using a ZIG Watercolour System BrusH20 and then added the splatter effect by flicking the brush tip of the markers onto the card.

The sentiment is one to try and live by isn’t it? It comes from one of the SCACD Susana Loves Oddly Sweet Monster stamps – Monster Success.

Right, I need to get some more projects finished before Thursday turns into Friday.

Have a monster Thursday.


Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Brenda Brown

    Love the simplicity of this Kim and a fabulous sentiment.
    hugs {brenda} xox

  2. Juls

    brilliant sentiment, and I love all the paint splats!!

    Hugs Juls

  3. Milla

    In all its simplicity, this is gorgeous. Love it! 🙂

  4. Sandi

    oh so true, I love the simplicity of this, great card, hugs

  5. Sue - bearhouse

    Just wonderful. I love the design. Yes, I keep thinking that it is Wednesday today too!

  6. butterfly

    Love that background effect – seems simple, yet it's so dynamic and eye-catching… love it!
    Alison x

  7. Alberto

    Oh, sweetie!
    this card is quite simple but…wow! it look like a masterpiece! it is so amazing! pretty sentiment and wonderful tecnique! great work as alaways, cutie pie! love everything about thi…you did it again!

    hugs xx

  8. Hwee

    Absolutely lovely quote, and so, so true! I really like the simplicity of the card.

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