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Okay I don't seem to be able to figure out how to use the "Private Message" section of the site. Stampsinblue asked me where I got the Psalm 23 stamp I used on my card and I thought that I had "emailed" her yesterday but I guess I did something wrong. Soooo I got a private message from her today asking again... I tried to reply to that as well but I don't think it worked. Computers are just not my favorite thing. But I think I've figured out how to post here so I will respond to her question here. Sorry but it's the only way I seem to be able to figure out! Doh. Hope that is okay.
Stampsinblue, the stamp is made by Stampabilities. If you go to their website go to the rubber stamps "Inspirational" section. You will find it there.
Thanks for the kind words and comments about my card. As a new stamper they mean a lot!
rainy aka Susan
I have always wanted to try this technique - let me tell you it was way outside my comfort zone, but I think I like it! I definitely like it on colored card stock, but on White cardstock it is a little messy, but I think I can get use to it. I combined this with two other challenges.
Hi! Thanks for the challenge! Haven't stamped in a while but now I am going to take the 58 color eyeshadow box someone gave me for Christmas and do the technique with those! I knew there would be a use for lime green shadow...You have inspired me not to re-gift it and to stamp ...now where is that versamark pad........
I have not been able to stamp in ages. This is my version of a combined challenge- poppin pastels and the sketch challenge. I am going to send this card to my SS for a 'revealing' moment. I try to send current cards she can use, as she is a demo- so make cards from current sets, so thought I'd have fun. Anyway, here is my card:
I dyed the twill and did the background for this card first. When I was getting ready to stamp the tree I wondered how it would look if I did the Poppin' Pastels technique for it. This is how it turned out: