Yuck! Doesn't sound too good to me but that's the only chicken, rooster, or turkey stamp that I had for Sabrina's challenge.
Here's how I made my soup:
S - sponges
O - oval punch
U - umber (burnt that is)
P - Provencal (SU! stamp set)
Here's what I used:
Paper: SU! Whisper White, Basic Black and More Mustard
Ink: Distress Ink in Shaded Lilac, Wild Honey and Shabby Shutters and Palette Hybrid Ink in Umber (Burnt that is)
Stamps: SU! Friendship Journey, Woodland Cottage and Provencal
All the other stuff: sponges, twine, Jody booster, ATG
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Sat, Oct 27, 2012 @ 8:54 AM
Oh, I like it Lee-Anne!! That's one of the sets I sometimes look out for on eBay or BST so I'm delighted to see him in the kitchen. And maybe we'll go for coq au vin, for which a rooster is the ultimate desirable fowl, LOL - no tender young chicken is quite the same.
Your sponging is gorgeous and a challenging and inspirational sentiment is something we all sometimes need to get re-focussed.