Time . . . a precious commodity!
I've learned . . . time is certainly a precious commodity that cannot be turned back to do over.
I've been wanting to color something and use a simple coloring style. I went to my Penny Black stamp stash and came up with this wonderful stamp.
Penny Black Stamps:
Die-namics Steel Dies by My Favorite Things:
Inside/Out Stitch Oval MFT-846
White Linen Heavy Card Stock in White (base card & cover panel)
Pop Tones card stock in sour apple (mat panel)
Conqueror 118# Cover Card Stock in Diamond White (stamped panel)
VersaFine ink in Toffee
I liked the way that the colored markers reacted to the VersaFine ink lines; the stamped line surfaced. Although the colored surface was matte-like, it looked like actual lbrush strokes in places. The cover panel was left from another die-cutting project using a different oval die. Nevertheless, I like the way the Die-namics' die cut mat panel in green fit over the stamped image and under the cover panel. The base card is 5.5" wide by 6.5" tall.
I was able to make a few other cards after the vertigo calmed down, so I will be sharing those with you this week. And I took another class from my favorite teacher, Marj Marion, at Art 'n Soul yesterday; when I complete those cards, I will share those as well.
Thanks so much for stopping by, especially after an extended absence on my part. Hope you're enjoying the beautiful days of summer.