See Ya Later February, Hello March

Happy last day of February Wednesday y’all!! Hope everyone has a great day. Our rain came back so yesterday and today so far has been a blah kinda day again. Luckily, the electricity didn’t go out, so I was still about to get on the treadmill. Anyways, since today is the last day of February, I came up with this saying and tried out a different technique to finish it. So, let’s get started with “See Ya Later February, Hello March”…

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Step #1:

See Ya Later February, Hello March -- Visit for more info...The first thing I did was calligraphy out my saying “See ya later February, Hello March” with my Molotow Masking Liquid Pen.

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Next, I used four different Glimmer Mist spray. These can be purchased on by using the link above under “Things Used.” I’ve had these for many years, as they were purchased at the Great American Scrapbook Convention in Arlington, TX one of the years we attended.

After letting the mists dry overnight, I used an eraser to remove the masking liquid. A simple eraser at the end of a mechanical pencil works better than the big Professional MOO Eraser.

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There you go, my “See Ya Later February, Hello March” saying to jump off March 2018 to a great start! Hope ya have a great day! Check out the video in the making of below…

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Have any questions about today’s “Write It Wednesday” “See Ya Later February, Hello March” post? Please feel free to comment below. Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

Crafty JBird

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