Back to Magenta
I've always loved the stamp designs from Magenta. Luckily, Art 'n Soul has been Magenta's Retailer of the Year for the past several years, which means there is always a fresh inventory of their stamps and other quality products available at the store.
A while back, I purchased this vase stamp. I pulled it out again today and I combined it with Magenta's Nuance powdered watercolors.
Magenta "Potted Plant" 0723.O
Magenta word stamp: 07.818.H
Magenta's Nuance in Raspberry (MNU007); Bright Yellow (MNU002); Scarlet (MNU010; water mister
VersaMark ink & VersaFine ink in onyx black
Ranger Embossing Powder in Queen's Gold
Melissa Frances 1962 Trinkets & Baubles (GN278) -- adhesive-backed pearls
Prismacolor Colored Pencils in yellow tones; blue tones
Strathmore watercolor paper (frame); Conqueror 118# cover card stock (stamped image); Bazzill card stock (base card)
I stopped in at Art 'n Soul and it was truly fun to see Pam & Marj. Marj brought in her class board for the Shaker Card Class next month; as you would expect, they're wonderful cards. You better sign up quickly. I signed up for Rosie's Roadshow class on Saturday; I just love Linda's whimsical characters and humorous sayings. Pam warned me that the Vodka bottle and Wine bottle and glass stamps have been extremely popular so I made sure to pre-order those for Saturday's delivery.
I'm so glad that JustRite Stamps was resurrected as JustRite Papercraft. Here is a beautiful card by Darsie Bruno; I've always admired her magic with cards, tags and mixed media for various companies.
Here is the link to Darcie's blog posting featuring the use of a window die: http://justritestampers.typepad.com/justrite-inspiration/2016/02/tutorial-tuesday-creating-window-cards.html
I appreciate your visit!