I think this will be the end of my Sunday markets for this year. I need to decide if I want to do them next year at all, or maybe instead I'll reclaim half of my weekend and focus on other things. Like The Other Room. I have a dream to one day not be embarassed about That Room. I may even be able to stamp in there...who knows!
I finally got to stamping this afternoon, and I decided to try the Baby Wipe technique. Believe it or not, I have never tried it before, and I have to say it is too stinkin' easy for the amazing effect it produces. Check it out:
This card was CASEd from this one on SCS. It uses three reinkers: Old Olive, Kiwi Kiss and Tangerine Tango. I think these colors with the solid image from Wonderful You is perfect for a Fall card.
I probably should have stamped the flower images a little higher up on the white, because I ended up with a lot of empty up there. Some people are okay with that, but it left me thinking the card is not quite finished, so I added a sentiment:
Then I tried the Striped Wipe technique, or at least my variation of it. I took the wipe with all the ink dots on it and just swiped it across another piece of white card stock a few times and ended up with this:
I stamped some quilt squares from the PTI Quilter's Sampler set onto this and I actually managed to stamp a few on the right spots so they came out really nice. I managed to salvage 6 of them and made this:
Not too shabby for an afternoon, and the first one has been dubbed a workshop card for October. I think The Ladies will love it!
I think I'll watch a movie tonight - I have Elizabeth - The Golden Age. I just love this historical stuff! Thanks for stopping by!