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R2C Day8: Paint a colorful night sky (Penny Black Sending Wishes)

Paint a colorful night sky

The sky is the feature in today’s watercolor project – and really, if you paint an incredible sky, nobody will be looking at anything else! It’s fun to watch the colors mix and blend – and to try to train them to start and stop when YOU want them to. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Today’s charity

The sky in the card makes me think (in a funny way) of global warming…caused by a girl and her pup? lol. So the charity I’ve donated to is the Union of Concerned Scientists. I’ve long admired their work in a science-based, fact-based approach, which is the only way we’ll get to solving the problems ahead of the earth. When you give you become a “member” – does that make me a scientist? I feel smarter already! Join me if you’d like to feel smarter too.


Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

10 thoughts on “R2C Day8: Paint a colorful night sky (Penny Black Sending Wishes)

  1. Wow! This card has so much movement and color especially for a night sky!

  2. I would jump for joy also if I saw such an amazing sky! I have one pudgy pup and one skinny Minny and know exactly what your meal times are like!

  3. amazing card!
    love it!

  4. Wonderful cause. Here in Calif, climate change has been devastating this fire sason. Bless you.

  5. Its awesome and so great to watch and hear how this was made!

  6. Awesome! Seems like they are jumping with joy on seeing some fireworks.

  7. Absolutely AWESOME! Thanks for the video!

  8. Oh that sky! Gorgeous!

  9. Another fabulous card Sandy, a very pretty sky.

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