National Oceans Month

It’s Wednesday! Hope everyone has a great day! Also, hope everyone had a safe and fun Memorial Day Weekend this past weekend. Me? I actually got in the pool and relaxed for the first time in I don’t know how long. Anyways, did you know… June is “National Oceans Month?” Well, it is so I thought I would put together a little something for it. So, let’s get started with “National Oceans Month..”

Things Used:

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National:

National Oceans Month -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info....To start, I used both of my Tomwbo Dual Brush Pen numbers 373 and 565 to draw out ‘National.’ I did this by putting the two tips together and then using the lighter color of the two to draw out my word.

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For ‘Oceans,’ I used the same technique by blending the two colors together, but as you can see the colors came out slightly different. This is what I love about the blending technique; you can use the same colors but get a different effect every time.

Month:

National Oceans Month -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info....Finally, for ‘Month,’ I did the same, but instead of adding any more of the second color, I just let it fade away which made it more of the lighter color (373) than anything else.

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There you go, my “National Oceans Month.” Hope you have a great day! Don’t forget ‘Practice Makes Better’ (not perfect).

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Have any questions about today’s “Write It Wednesday” “National Oceans Month” post? Please feel free to comment below. Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

Jennifer

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