I wanted to use this Japanese Lady and I thought I had plenty of other stamps to go with her, but then I realized they were all Chinese! Chinese writing, a Chinese coin, etc. I guess I need more Japanese stamps to go with this lady. And a Chinese lady to go with all my other Chinese-themed stamps. (Oh no, I have to buy more stamps, what a trial and a tribulation!).
Distress markers really work best on WC paper. Lesson learned.
Date: Saturday, November 30, 2013 GMT Views: 219
Stamps: Japanese Lady by 100 Proof Press, Large BG by Local King, Small BG piece from Paper Artsy, Dragonflies from Hero Arts
Paper: Hawaiian Shoes, Island Indigo, Whisper White, WC paper, Glossy Brochure Paper, Gold Metallic paper
Ink: Versafine Onyx, Color Fluid Chalk Ink in Blush Rose and Burnt Sienne, Versafine Onyx
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Sat, Nov 30, 2013 @ 3:53 PM
Very pretty! You have many wonderful and interesting elements here. I like the colors you used and how you placed a smaller size fleur de lis nestie behind your woman to frame her..cool idea. Great work with the distress markers.