The first of this month's prompts over at A year in the life of an art journal was rainy day or what a perfect rainy day looks like to you. I immediately remembered the incredible rainbow I photographed a few months ago from my driveway. Actually there were three rainbows next to each other that day, but this one was so vibrant I had to take a picture.
So this is what a perfect rainy day looks like to me. It's when it's not rainy anymore and there is bit of sunshine peaking through creating rainbows. The quote from Gilbert K. Chesterton reads, "And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would be no rainbows."
To create my cloudy, I started by cutting out a few clouds from my Cricut Create a Critter cartridge. I then adhere them on my page with temporary adhesive and applied Chipped Sapphire, Broken China, and Iced Spruce Distress Ink to the page. I didn't ink the middle since I knew I wanted a rainbow running through the page.
Thanks for stopping by today! Remember you can join in the challenges over at the A year in the life of an art journal anytime you want. It's really fun just getting messy w/ different art mediums and, as you can see by my page, no artistic talent is necessary ;)