OK, I have a confession to make...I have a hard time creating cards with more than three colors! Heck, even my clothes are mostly black and white! LOL! So...Instead of trying to find paper with all of this week's challenge colors, which are beautiful by the way, I decided to put my many Distress Inks to good use and create this scene. I actually spied this stamp set, last year's Tim Holtz release, on my desk when I went in to make my card and this idea popped into my head. I die cut a large circle for the moon and tore a piece of scap paper for the sand....then I got to work with my blending tool and inks. I first blended Milled Lavendar around the moon and then added Seedless Preserves. Once I removed the masks, I went back with Antique Linen for the sand. Then I just needed to stamp my image and sentiment. The grey was used as the card base. Enjoy!
Supplies: Distress Inks and blending tool from eclectic Paperie
Stamps: Tim Holtz
Date: Sunday, November 18, 2012 GMT Views: 1959
Registered: August 21, 2007 Location: Georgia Posts: 3180
Sun, Nov 18, 2012 @ 6:40 PM
Just and outstanding and beautiful piece. BTW, I have closet full of black and white clothes, like a uniform for me. The image of the wisemen looks fabulous with how you have sponged and colored, and your sentiment is just perfect, totally ties it all together. Love this one.
------------------------------ I know not what this day holds....but I know Who holds the day!! My Gallery MY BLOG
Fan Club Member