Combining fine art rubber stamping, mixed media techniques and paper crafting,these are art forms that I love to share. I like the idea of learning together -- sharing what I learn and learning from what others share.
There's just something about this particular stamp that makes me chuckle. I love the clever humor in many of the stamps from Lost Coast Design. Linda does a wonderful job with her designs. So here is the very easy card to make . . . Using kraft card stock, I stamped the image with VersaClair in Morning Mist with my stamp platform. I colored only the sewing items they're working on with the colored pencils, and went over the two dress collars and one wrist cuff with the white
Another graduation card ready to go. I came upon my stash of Lost Coast Designs' stamps and this stamp I've waited and waited to use. I thought all of the pencils were appropriate for a high school grad, since Lord knows how many pencils a student goes through over the years. I stamped the background stamp with VersaFine in Toffee onto white card stock. It was matted with a piece of So Silk card stock in purple because that's one of the school colors. Both panels were adhered