This card started out life as a 5"x 7" card, unfortunately the scene deteriorated and this was all I could salvage LOL.
Thanks to all the enablers here in Splitcoaststamperville, I purchased some Memento Luxe (Tuxedo Black) ink. Wow it is super duper black and perfect for sentiments. I think it will be great for silhouette stamping too.
Thanks for looking and have a good weekend.
Date: Friday, October 7, 2016 GMT Views: 1154
Registered: March 31, 2008 Location: Eastlake, OH Posts: 22700
Fri, Oct 07, 2016 @ 7:48 PM
Susie, you really are amazing! Salvage? I think not! You have the ability to mess around and make masterpieces, a talent we all wish for. You work magic with any stamp and watching your work transition from the early days to now has been inspiring. I LOVE this and love that Katzelkraft guy! Time to bring him out again.
Thanks for the tip on Memento Luxe. I did buy it and it's still in the shrink wrap. I fear pigment ink since I am too impatient to let things dry.
Registered: April 13, 2011 Location: Midwest Posts: 313
Fri, Oct 07, 2016 @ 10:51 PM
Susie, I love your fence line! And the Beautiful snow and the soft falling snowflakes! I've always had trouble with snow and shading. What a great balance you achieved with everything! I especially love that sentiment, but I never have the guts to use something like that. Some people don't understand my sense of humor the way it is. You GO Girl......and be sure to duck!
I'm thinking your penguin may be Jake on his way back from the unruly pig search. Could it be? He must have had a Marvelous time...I see his hat and tie have gone amiss. Unless he's dragging them along behind him. As a matter of fact, whose glasses are those? He didn't have them on when he left. I assume Mrs. Murphy is hobbling along somewhere behind him, possibly keeping her distance purposely. She may not at this moment care to be associated with this wild man. Who knows how he presented himself at this unruly pig social event! Once they get home he may have some apologizing to do. He does look a little thoughtful...with possibly a few regrets. Good Luck, Jake! Enjoy the Beautiful evening.
And you enjoy your day, Susie, and have a wonderful weekend!