Wouldn’t you love a view of the city like this? Well, my view is a whole lot more country, but I would one day love to be able to enjoy one like this. I might have to settle for occasional holiday trips, but it would still be wonderful.
I put quite a bit of planning into this project. I had to think backwards in order to keep the layers straight. I embossed my whisper white piece with elegant dots and used the recessed side to make my ‘wall’. I inked up my sponge and just pounced in here and there to create this look. I kept going until it looked more like a textured wall than a piece of embossed paper. The edges got sponged.
The hearth and home thinlit of the window was used twice. Once to create the hole in the wall and again to make the window frame. I glued the white one to the tip top taupe one with tombo liquid glue and nestled it back into place with the card front. That way it looked raised up without a lot of fuss.
The skyline was created with the calling all heroes set. It was stamped with black stazon onto water color paper. The texture of the paper made it look really neat. I went to work on the water line and then moved up to the sunset. The windows were colored in with gold wink of stella, even though you can’t tell as much, they do sparkle. That was centered in the window and got a heavy dose of dimensionals. I am sure I could have worked it out easier if I had thought a bit more, but sometimes a creative journey takes a few extra turns.
Have a creative day!