The theme at The Male Room for the current challenge is 


I had nothing that fit the theme and no ideas so off I went to the internet 
for a coloring page. I printed off a free skyline image, cut it out on printer
paper, traced the outline onto some black cardstock and then cut it out. I 
used a white gel marker to add in the lights.
I used distress inks to sponge the sunset sky and the top half of the letters.

I used some silver ink to color some white cardstock for the cadbase.

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from Stampin' Up! unless noted
cardstock: whisper white thick, basic black
skyline: free coloring page
white gelly roll pen (Sakura)
distress inks: mustard seed, spiced marmalade (Tim Holtz)
starlite silver ink (Tsukineko)
big shot: hello die (Mama Elephant), stitched stackable rectangles (lawn fawn)
foam sheet (Michaels)


Marina said…
Cleverly made and really effective.
Susan Powell said…
Thank you Marina :)
GREAT thinking to get the result you wanted, must try and remember that for another time, love the gel marker highlights and the sunset shading. A Super card for our Architecture theme at The Male Room. Faith DT
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Rocky said…
I love the sky and matching greeting, great use of the gel pen on those buildings. Thank you for sharing it with us at TMR.
Susan Powell said…
Thank you Rocky :)
Deborah Frings said…
I think your night skyline is brilliant. Really like the way you came up with the buildings and your use of white gel pen. Great work. I'm sorry to be so late commenting. Thanks for playing along with our Architecture Challenge at The Male Room. Deborah, DT.