I am bewildered why the colors in my picture are off, but the Rose Red cardstock on the card isn't matching up with the Rose Red Crayon or Ink that I used on the stamped images, maybe using the Linen BG on the CS with Always Artichoke did it, not sure.. Anyways, I used the WWC to use on one part of the Tulips and the ink pad on the other. I really like this stamp set and should use it more often. The saying stamp is from Brighter Tomorrow. Edges of CS are sponged with Always Artichoke.
Date: Monday, April 10, 2006 GMT Views: 838
Stamps: Terrific Tulips, Brighter Tomorrow, Linen
Paper: Always Artichoke, Rose Red, Non-SU Watercolor Paper
Registered: February 5, 2005 Location: In N.C. wishing I was back in Texas!!! Posts: 4253
Sat, Apr 15, 2006 @ 9:10 PM
I ended up not sending this card to anyone for Easter, but rather for a neighbor of my parents whose husband passed on this week. I remember seeing the beautiful tulips in her yard and I thought it might bring her comfort to see something I know she loves. Pam
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