These Kitchensink Stamps are the most fun stamps. This is a fast and easy card unless a day like today happens. It's "drop the ink pad again" day. So after about four attempts, the 5th one came out ok except for the mysterious green smudge in the sky. I then added a star and since that didn't cover all the green I used a glass dip pen and copic opaque white to try and cover it. The sky is airbrushed. The idea came from kitchensinkstamps website gallery. I moved my trees around and used my own recipe. The greeting was changed and I added iridescent ice on the edges. My tree recipe is Bundled Sage distress, Cottage Ivy Memento, Northern Pine Memento and Versafine Imperial purple.
Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 GMT Views: 2244
Registered: October 3, 2009 Location: In a state of grace Posts: 10920
Wed, Jun 19, 2013 @ 7:03 PM
Just as I was opening your gallery I noticed how close this date is to the solstice...and saw this wonderfully snowy card! Quite a difference from the beautiful weather that we are now finally having. Your mysterious smudge adventure made me giggle, but you handled it beautifully - it is invisible to me. Your arrangement of the trees and snow are very nicely done, TFS!
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Marzi, Punchkateer Apprentice - why use 1 when you can use 2? or 8?