Monday, 16 July 2018

Puddle Jumping- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Hello and Welcome.
Time for another card for the 

This month we are using one of my favourite techniques as our challenge:

I have used this technique often and find it a fun and easy way to create colourful background.
Be sure and check out the video links and all the wonderful cards created by our talented Design Team and our special guest Marcia over at the Challenge page.

So onto my card.
I began with a piece of heavy white cardstock I pick up from a local store.
I rubbed some Peacock Feathers, Salty Ocean and some Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide inks onto my non-stick craft mat, sprayed with water and slapped my paper into the wet ink, drying between colours.  I tried to concentrate the colour to the bottom of my paper leaving more white open space at the top.
When that was dry, I placed the piece into my Misti and stamped the image and the fun sentiment with black Memento ink then clear embossed them to help make them pop.
I simply mounted the finished piece onto a white card.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies
Stamps- Rain Dance (Technique Junkies)
Inks- Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers, Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide (TH); Memento Black
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti (My Sweet Petunia)= Craft Mat (Ranger)= 
clear eb powder= heat tool

Sunday, 15 July 2018

Playing with Blue- The Flower Challenge


Good Morning.
Time for another card at 

Great theme we are playing with this month
MONOCHROME
(we can use black for the sentiment)



So onto my card.
I love to play with my inks especially my Distress Oxides.  I often rub them onto a piece of acetate or my non-stick craft mat, spray with water and ink up my paper.  
My dilemma comes after that....what to do with the leftover ink since I hate to waste it?   So now, I always keep an extra piece of cardstock handy to mop up the extra ink left behind and that is how this background came to be.

I used some Peacock Feathers and Salty Ocean DOX, sprayed with water and pressed my cardstock into that.  After it dried, it was just a mess of color with no focal area, so I took a stencil and some Blueprint Sketch DOX and stenciled right over the inkiness.  I loved the results!  
When that was all dry, I placed the piece into my Misti and stamped the sentiment with Memento black ink and clear heat embossed to help it pop against the inked background.
I die-cut the flowers, glued them in place and then I added some clear gems to help the flowers pop, keeping my card simple and very monochrome.



Thanks so much for coming by to take a look.
Please check out the amazing card at our challenge too.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simply Create Too- NO PATTERNED PAPERS
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING GOES
Just Us Girls- WATERCOLOURED BKG


Supplies
Stamps- Live, Laugh, Love (Rubbernecker)
Inks- Memento black= Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers, Blueprint Sketch DOX (TH)
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti (Sweet Petunia)= Dandelion Posies die (Creative Expression)=
Floral Radar Stencil (TCW)= clear eb powder= heat tool= Mister (TH)



Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Monochromatic- The Flower Challenge

Good Morning
Time for a new theme at 

Create a monochromatic card.


My card was very simple to create.
I started by using the Splash Watercolour Technique to create the background.  Basically, you rub ink onto a non-stick surface, spray with water and 'slap' your cardstock into the wet ink.
I used Distress Oxides in blues, keeping my card base monochromatic.
* I dry my inks between applications so I won't end up with a muddy colour*
When that was dry, I die-cut the background using a Wonky Stitched die from Avery Elle.
Next, I placed the piece into my Misti and stamped the flowers and the sentiment with Faded Jeans DOX.  I stamped the flowers again using Peacock Feathers to add some shadowing to the flowers.
I mounted it onto white keeping it clean and simple.



Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.  I hope you check out this fun challenge.


Adding my card to these challenges:
CAS Watercolour Challenge- SPLASH WATERCOLOUR
Addicted to Stamps and More- CAS
Use Your Stuff- MONOCHROME

Supplies
Stamps- Dans La Nature (Carabelle)= Everyday Greetings- Mama Elephant
Inks- Peacock Feathers, Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans Distress Oxide (TH)
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti= non-stick pad (TH)= Wonky Stitched die (Avery Elle)

Monday, 2 July 2018

Splash Watercolour- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Hello and Welcome.

Just a fun card today for the 


This month we are playing with a simple technique called Splash Watercolour.  I have done many backgrounds using this technique.  There is a video link on the main challenge blog.
This month, we welcome our guest Marcia aka Marcia K Designs.

So onto my card design.
I pressed Picked Raspberry, Blueprint Sketch and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide ink onto my non-stick craft mat, sprayed with water and 'slapped' my piece of white cardstock into the wet ink. I dried between inks so I wouldn't end up with a muddy mess.  The inks layer over each other so nicely.
When I was happy with the coverage, I die cut the piece using a Wonky Stitched border.  Next, I  placed the piece inside my Misti to stamp the sentiment and the flowers with black Memento ink.
After stamping the flowers, I drew around the flowers with a white Signo pen to brighten the whole piece up.  I simply mounted it onto another piece of white cardstock keeping it clean and simple.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.  I hope you will come and play along with us.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- ANYTHING GOES
CAS on Friday- SPLASH< WATERCOLOR
Just Us Girls- WILD CARD

Supplies
Stamps- Winter Flowers (SSS)= Smile Often(Impression Obsession) 
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento= Distress Oxides
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- non-stick craft mat (TH)= Misti= Signo white pen= Mister (TH)= 
Wonky Stitched die (Avery Elle)

Sunday, 1 July 2018

Smile Day

Happy Sunday.
We are celebrating Canada Day and a long weekend here so I am having a 'smile day'.

HAPPY CANADA DAY TO ALL MY CANADIAN FRIENDS!!

Very simple card to create today.
I began by masking the edges of my white cardstock with some Post-It tape.
Next, I rubbed some Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink over my Sweet Peas stencil, sprayed with water and pressed onto my paper to create a stencil monoprint.  I dried that thoroughly then using my Misti, I stamped the Wildflowers using some Blueprint Sketch DOX and added the sentiment at the top.
I put the piece onto my ScorPal and scored around the inked piece creating a frame effect.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says- ANYTHING GOES
Just Us Girls- WILD CARD/ANYTHING GOES
A Vintage Journey- STENCIL IT

Supplies
Stamps- Wildflower (Magenta)= Smile (Daisy Bucket)
Inks- Peacock Feathers, Blueprint Sketch DOX (TH)
Paper- heavy weight (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti= ScorPal= Sweet Peas stencil (TCW)= Mister (TH)= Post It Tape

Monday, 25 June 2018

Faux Watercolouring


Good Morning.
Meet today's card.
Super simple one and a great way to get more mileage from your embossing folders.

I love the look of watercolouring and this is such a simple technique that helps to achieve that look especially when using my Distress Oxide inks.
I began by inking up my Darice Embossing folder called Henna, sprayed with a generous amount of water and pressed a piece of heavy weight cardstock into the wet ink.  I rubbed gently then removed my paper to reveal the print.  Love how all the colours blended together.
I dried it with my heat gun then placed the piece inside my Misti to stamp the sentiment with black ink.  I clear embossed the sentiment as well, to help make it pop against the colourful bkg.
I mounted it simply on a piece of coloured cardstock and then added one black gem to the center of one of the flowers.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL
Dare 2B Artzy- BRIGHT COLOURS

Supplies
Stamp- Art Soul (Hampton Arts)
Inks- Tuxedo Black (Memento); Peacock Feathers, Faded Jeans, Cracked Pistachio, 
Seedless Preserves, Wilted Violet Distress Oxides (TH)
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti; EB folder- Henna (Darice); clear eb powder; heat tool; black gem

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Marbled Leaves


Happy Saturday.
Glad to have a bit of crafting time today after being so super busy with life.

I wanted to try out a technique called 'Misti Marbling' that I first saw done by my friend Lydia at Understand Blue. I just loved the results and how the colours blended together.  There is also a tutorial over at Splitcoast Stampers.
What I liked the most about using this technique was that I could add multiple colour layers without contaminating my ink pads with other colours....sometimes when adding colour over colour directly from your ink pads, that happens. 
I began by placing the leaves into my Misti, inked then stamped.  Leaving the stamps in place in my Misti, I dabbed on another colour over the first and stamped again.  I repeated that process with one more colour building up 3 colours on each leaf.
* Lydia used a glove to apply her layers of ink but since I didn't have one, I just put a sandwich bag on my hand and used that to dip my finger into the ink and apply it. *

I love the depth of colour achieved by using this fun and super easy technique.
I used a stitched die from MFT to cut the piece out when finished and mounted that onto a dark blue piece of cardstock.  I die cut an oval with the same colour of cardstock, then I stamped the sentiment with Versamark and white heat embossed it.  I pop dot mounted that over the leaves.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
Hope you have a great weekend.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING STAMPED GOES


Supplies
Stamps- Autumn Leaves (WPlus 9); Fun Thank You (Rubber Soul)
Inks- Versamark; Celery Stick, Freshly Cut Grass, Peacock, Mermaid dye inks (Lawn Fawn)
Paper- heavy white (local store) dark blue
Accessories and Tools- Misti, white eb powder; heat tool; oval die (Spellbinders); Stitched Frame (MFT);
Cuttlebug, pop dots, Mono Tombow clear glue

Saturday, 16 June 2018

A Day at the Beach- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Hello and Welcome.  
Meet today's card.  Time for another one for the 
Our theme this month is 'ocean'.

Be sure to check out the inspiring works from our DT's and our Guest this month.


So onto my card details.
First, I took some Post-it Tape and tore it to use as a mask along the edges of my card front.  By tearing the tape, it gave me an irregular edge when removed from around the inked background.  Then, using my Distress Oxide inks, I applied ink using my 'acetate inking' technique.  I started with the blue at the top and then added some brown for the sand at the bottom by rubbing the ink onto a sheet of acetate and spraying with water to apply the ink. 
When it was dry, I stamped the shells in the corner and the dots were done by pressing the end of my paintbrush handle onto my ink pad.  Leaving the masks in place, I sponged the edges with more DOX to help complete the scene.
I die-cut the seagulls and glued them over the inky bkg.

I'll be giving this one to my husband for Father's Day.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
Hope you will come and play along with us.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- FRAME IT
(I used tape to mask and frame up my scene)
Daisy Chain- MEN/BOYS
Simple Create Too- FOR A MALE
Supplies
Stamps- By the Sea 2 (Gina K)
Inks- Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers, Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxides (TH); 
Antique Linen Distress (TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Post-it tape; acetate sheet, Mister (TH); Birds in Flight (Memory Box); inking tool (Ranger)

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Friendship- The Flower Challenge

Good Morning.
Time for another card for

We have a fun theme this month, choose to make a card from a previous challenge.
Looking back, I chose to use Challenge #12 Tic Tac Toe.  I used the middle line- gems/watercolour/CAS.


I began by placing a piece of watercolour paper into my Misti, inked up the flower from the Penny Black set called Radiant and stamped my first flower in the bottom corner.  I created a mask by stamping on a piece of scrap paper and used it to cover up my first stamped flower so I could stamp additional flowers that appear behind the first image.  Masking is such a great way to use the same image to stamp multiples that appear to be overlapping.
Next, I pulled out my Distress Oxide inks, rubbed them onto my non-stick craft mat and using a wet paintbrush, I picked up the colour and painted in my flowers.  I added a few green splatters over the flowers when dry and stamped the sentiment also from Penny Black and clear embossed it to help make it pop.
I cut away the bottom corner as I felt there was too much white space left there and so the green background paper would show through.  
Finally, I glued some black gems to the center of my flowers.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
I hope you get time to play along with us.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Southern Girls- ANYTHING GOES
Penny Black and More- IN THE GARDEN
Crafting From the Heart- ANYTHING GOES

Supplies
Stamps- Radiant (PB); Treasured Sentiments (PB)
Ink- Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, Candied Apple DOX (TH); Tuxedo Black Memento
Paper- Canson Watercolour
Accessories and Tools- Misti; black gems; clear eb powder; paintbrush; non-stick craft mat; 
heat tool, Tombow Mono clear glue

Saturday, 9 June 2018

Pink Florals


Hello and a Big Welcome.
Do you ever feel like you have lost time and energy because you have been too busy?
That's me the past month so now I'm trying to get back into the groove of things.

Meet today's card.
Yes, I made sure I stepped away from the blue today.  Sometimes I just can't help myself.
Playing with a new stamp from Penny Black called Summer Dream which is just perfect to use with one of my favourite techniques.
I began with a piece of heavy white cardstock and some Post-it Tape.  I tore the tape to give me an uneven edge to my finished card and rubbed it in place.  I placed the piece into my Misti and then coloured the flowers with my Tombow markers.  I coloured, sprayed with water, stamped then repeated that process until I was happy with the coverage.
When that was dry, I sponged the edges using some Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide ink and then splattered on some water to lift some of the colour.  Using the same ink and a piece of drywall tape, I did a bit of stenciling in the background.  Love the depth and interest such a simple detail can add.  I stamped the sentiment from the PB Smitten sentiment set.
I removed the tape masking the edges and simply mounted the piece onto more white cardstock.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Little Red Wagon- A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME
Simon Says Wed.- ANNIVERSARY/WEDDING
Shopping Our Stash- MY FAV THINGS 
(flower stamps)
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING STAMPED GOES


Supplies
Stamps- Summer Dream (PB); Smitten (PB)
Inks- Tombow Markers; Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide (TH)
Paper- heavy weight white 
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Mister (TH); drywall tape; Post-it Tape

Monday, 4 June 2018

Beautiful Day- The Flower Challenge


Good Morning.
I have little to no time to stamp but did manage to get a card ready for our super theme at 

This month we are having an 'Use a Previous Challenge' theme...fun right?!

You can find a list of our previous challenges at the blog on the top tab.
We are welcoming our guest this month, Stef Perry from 'Perry Papercrafts'.
Please come check out the wonderful inspiration by the DT's.

I just got this wonderful flower set from Altenew called Charmed so when I looked through the list of previous challenges, #11 (Focus on Background Stamping) seemed the perfect one to use with this beautiful stamp set.

I began with a watercoloured background that I had made using the Splash Watercolour Technique.  
Basically what I did for this technique was to rub some Oxide inks onto a non-stick craft mat, sprayed with a bit of water and slapped my paper into the wet ink.  Love how the colours blend.
Next, I placed the piece into my Misti and stamped the flowers with black ink trying to cover in as much as the background as I could.  I left a bit of space to stamp the sentiment in the center then clear embossed it all with clear powder.
I took the same Distress Oxide inks that I had used on my background and watercoloured in the flowers leaving some of them open for the background to still be visible.
When it was dry, I added a few drops of Nuvo Drops to some of the open areas.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
Please check out our challenge and come and play with us.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- ANYTHING GOES
Crafting from the Heart- ANYTHING GOES
Get Creative- MONOCHROMATIC
Cropstop- ANYTHING GOES

Supplies
Stamps- Charmed (Altenew)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Blueprint Sketch, Salty Ocean, Mermaid Lagoon
Distress Oxide (TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; clear eb powder; heat tool; Mister (TH);
non-stick mat (Ranger); paintbrush; Nuvo Drops

Saturday, 2 June 2018

Ocean Collage- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Welcome
Time for another fun theme at the 

Our theme this month is Ocean.
We are welcoming our guest this month; Robyn from Waterlily Cards by Robyn.

When I sat down to create my card for the challenge, I thought of the usual water with seagulls, grasses, lighthouses etc. but decided to make a more graphic, collage style card depicting things I would expect to see at the ocean.  I have never seen the ocean IRL but would love to some day.

I began by masking my cardstock with some Post-It tape.  I made sure when I masked that I left enough room on the bottom to stamp my sentiment when I was done.  
Then, I began to ink and stamp the background using stamps that I felt worked for a beach card.
First I did some 'Acetate Inking' using a piece of acetate and Distress Oxide inks sprayed with water.  I made sure that was good and dry then placed the piece into my Misti.
I stamped the sun first, the circles and the lines represent the incoming waves, the checked pattern represents the picnic blanket pattern, the splashes are the water of course.
After I was done stamping, I sponged the edges with more of the blue Distress Oxide ink.
I then stamped the Big Wish image from TT with black Memento ink and clear embossed it so it would pop.
I removed all the masked areas and stamped the sentiment and simply mounted it onto a white card front.


Please come and play and thanks so much for the visit today.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Stamp WED.- ANYTHING GOES
CAS on Friday- EMBOSSING
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING STAMPED GOES
Addicted to Stamps and More- CLEAN AND SIMPLE


Supplies
Stamps- Big Wish (Technique Tues.); Bring on the Sun (TT); Wood Panel (Kaisercraft);
Texture Mini Darmier (Carabelle); Collage des Ronds (Carabelle)
Inks- Peacock Feathers, Salty Ocean Distress Oxide (TH); Tuxedo Black Memento
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Score-It Tape; clear EB powder; heat tool; sponging tool (TH)

Saturday, 19 May 2018

Collaged Silhouette

Good Morning.
Meet today's card.  
I was asked by a friend to create a card for a co-worker that was leaving and the card had to be big enough for many people to sign.  That left me scratching my head trying to figure out how I could do it.  This is what I came up with.  

I created a card that was 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" in size; not big enough for all those signatures and well wishes.  Then I created these square inserts to add in with the card.  They are double sided (I just took a picture of one side) so my problem for space was solved.  They are simply sponged with Distress Oxide inks, some colour lifted with water and stamped.
I created a small 6 x 6 inch box to hold the card and all the inserts as well.


 So onto my card.  I had fun creating a collage-style background for my card using my favourite colour.  It is such a great way to use the stamps you already have on hand.
So, I took a piece of white cardstock and masked the edges using some Post-It Tape.  I am liking that tape as it is low tack and doesn't tear my cardstock.
Next, I inked up a stencil with some Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink, sprayed with water and pressed onto the right side of my card front to give me a  monoprint.  I then dried it with my heat gun.
I stamped some grunge, a clock and a script in the background, varying the ink from Peacock Feathers and Blueprint Sketch.
When I was happy with the coverage, I sponged in the edges to help pull it all together with more Peacock Feathers.
I placed the inked piece into my Misti and stamped the sentiment from Hero Arts with black Memento ink and then clear heat embossed it to help make it pop against the blue background.
I removed the tape for masking on the left side and stamped the thistle so it would extend past the sponged border.



We are enjoying a long weekend here.  Hope you have a good one and thanks so much for the visit.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says- STENCIL IT
(stencil monoprint)
CAS on Friday- BIRTHDAY
Monochrome Magic- NO PATTERNED PAPER


Supplies
Stamps- Nature Flowers (Art Journey); Graffiti (Kaisercraft); Disco (Carabelle); 
Weathered Clock (Hampton Arts); Huge Hug (HA)
Inks- Peacock Feathers, Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxides (TH); Memento 
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Clear Eb powder; heat tool; Post-It Tape;
Floral Radar Stencil (TCW); sponging tool (TH)


Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Celebrate Your Day- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Hello and Welcome.

It's time for another card for the 

Fun theme this month:


I began by inking up my embossing folder using my Distress Oxide inks.
I started at the top with the lightest colour and worked down to the darkest.
When it was all inked, I sprayed it with water and pressed it onto my white cardstock.
I love the print it created.
Next, I placed the inked piece into my Misti and stamped the sentiment using black ink. I clear heat embossed it to make it pop.
As a finishing touch, I doodled a blackline border around the edge.
Simple, fun looking card.


I hope you will come and play along with us.
Thanks for stopping by.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Seize the Birthday- IT'S JUST A NUMBER
Artistic Stamper- BACKGROUNDS
The Creative Crafters- ANYTHING GOES

Supplies
Stamps- Birthday Letter It (Ranger) 
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxides- Fossilized Amber,
Candies Apple, Peeled Paint, Evergreen Bough, Peacock Feathers,
Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, Blueprint Sketch, Wilted Violet (TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; clear eb powder; heat tool; Numbers Embossing Folder (Darice)

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Everything Wonderful- The Flower Challenge

Good Morning.
Here is another card for

Our theme this month is:

I began creating my card by using the Inking Tape Technique.  Last week, I showed this simple technique for creating backgrounds using Painter's Tape.
You can see it HERE.

I pressed my Painter's tape onto my Peacock Blue Distress Oxide pad, pressed it onto my paper and lifted.  I repeated that process using some Faded Jeans Distress Oxide and Salty Ocean next until I was happy with the coverage.  To add a bit more interest, I stamped some Graffiti over the background.
Next, I stamped the flowers from the Altenew Wild Hibiscus flower set onto some Heat Resistant  Acetate with Versamark and then white heat embossed them.  I fussy cut them out and set them aside.
I placed the piece into my Misti and stamped the sentiment with black ink.

I have to admit, I struggled a lot trying to adhere those flowers to my card front.  I tried using Mono Glue then Ranger but could not get them to stick, so I took some fine white thread and ended up stitching them onto my card front. 


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Addicted to Stamps and More- MAKE YOUR MARK
Use Your Stuff- FOR THE MOMS
Craft Stamper Magazine- MAKE IT-TAKE IT
Fussy and Fancy Friday- BEAUTIFUL BLUES

Supplies
Stamps- Wild Hibiscus (Altenew); Huge Hugs (Hero Arts); Graffiti (Kaisercraft)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxides-Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, Peacock Feathers (TH);
Versamark
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Heat Resistant  Acetate (Hot Off the Presses); white EB powder;
heat tool; white thread; Painter's Tape

Monday, 7 May 2018

Sunrise

Good Morning.

Sadly, I needed another sympathy card.  Not an easy card to make for anyone.
I wanted to keep it very simple and thought that this image from Technique Junkies would be fitting.

I began with a piece of white cardstock and masked the edges using some Post-It Tape. 
A few of you have asked where I get the tape.  I just picked it up at Staples but I think you may also be able to get it at Walmart as well where you would find the Post-It Notes.
I then place my paper into my Misti and stamped the image using black Archival ink.
Next, using my Distress Oxides and a sheet of acetate, I applied the inks, layering the colors.
To see how I use the Acetate Inking Technique go here.
When I was happy with the inking, I let it dry completely and simply mounted it onto a white card base.



For any of you that are interested, I was published in the May addition of 
Craft Stamper Magazine.





Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- ANIMAL MAGIC
A Gem of a Challenge- GET WELL or SYMPATHY


Supplies
Stamps- Old Pier (Technique Junkies)
Ink- Black Archival (Ranger); Distress Oxides- Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers,
Peeled Paint, Faded Jeans (TH)
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti; acetate sheet; Mister (TH)