This week our little group of teapotters is sending love to Louisiana. A friend of txcrafter60 is very very ill. She is Korean so we were to bring all things Asian. Well...............having a Chinese granddaughter, I certainly have Asian stamps in my stash. My cb is So Saffron and I adhered a mat of striped vellum to that. Next I cut my decorative mat using my SB Fleur De Lis Rectangles. On that I stamped my image in Versa Mark and heat embossed using Wild Wasabi powder. I then sponged So Saffron ever so lightly over that. I then stamped my sentiment and popped the image piece up over my vellum. I really am pleased on how it turned out. Very soft and comforting I think. My inside sentiment is from Our Daily Bread and reads: I would rather walk with God in the dark than go alone in the light. I hope this brings some comfort to the recipient today. TFL ladies.
Date: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 GMT Views: 434
Registered: October 21, 2010 Location: in the okanagan in b.c. canada Posts: 9324
Tue, Mar 04, 2014 @ 1:17 PM
I agree it DID turn out well and very soft and peaceful. I like that die-cut...and your soft sponging around the silhouette...TFS..:0)
------------------------------ We as people are raindrops of colorful ink , falling down Crisp and Clear, each a different shade more vibrant then the last, but once we realize at the bottom of an endless abyss we all fall into the same inkpot forming one color, only then can we come together as one My son.
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Tue, Mar 04, 2014 @ 5:27 PM
I love your embossed image and use of vellum! This is beautiful! What a perfect image and sentiment for this challenge.
------------------------------ Nancy _____________ You spend 90% of your adult life hoping for a long rest and the last 10% trying to convince the Lord that you're actually not that tired. ~Robert Brault,
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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 @ 6:17 AM
That stamp is fabulous, Mary (and I've learnt something knew about you too!). I have a couple of books on Chinese embroidery here and it certainly reminds me of the some of the designs in the books. You've turned it into a beautifully elegant CAS card, too.