Hot, Hot Spring Day
The weather has been absolutely scorching. Yesterday it was in the 90's and today it hit 90 again! I am ever so thankful that we have air conditioning in our home. This will be a very short post because this heat has just worn me out, and I've had quite a day.
You're probably very tired of hearing me rave about the Pen and Ink stamps by Josephine Kimberling. But I'm not tired of using the stamps, over and over and over again. I needed to make a birthday card very quickly; of course, I reached for the Peony stamp.
The only part that took the longest was making a mask of the stamp design. I stamped the pink image first; put the mask on it and stamped the yellow, followed by the red. With colored pencils, I colored in the stamens. The sentiment was added.
I had a scrap piece of gloss paper that I had I had colored with alcohol inks. Luckily, it fit as a frame mat. That was then adhered to the A2 card base.
A droplet in each color was attached.
Pen and Ink Stamp by Josephine Kimberling "Peony" 5579K
IMAGINE Crafts' Memento Inks by Tsukineko in Tangelo, Love Letter and Rose Bud
IMAGINE Crafts' VersaFine ink by Tsukineko in Onyx Black
Prismacolor Colored Pencils in Jasmine and Canary Yellow
Queen & Co. Droplets in Red, Orange and Pink
Conqueror 118# Cover Card Stock in Diamond White A2 card base
Glossy Paper (alcohol ink colored scrap) matting panel
core'-dination 100# card stock in white (stamped panel)
On the Magenta blog, Carole Dion has created this beautiful card. I think the green and white color combination is so refreshing and clean looking.
Click on this link for Carole's post on the Magenta blog:
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