Background is stamped with All the Best image to match the smaller image on the True Thyme Designer paper. Since SU doesn't have anything but the ink pads for the new In Colors, I first stamped the ornament in the Marigold Morning and then rolled it in the Cranberry Crisp. Stickles are on the little snowflake images on the ornament. I wanted to make photo corners for the main image panel and discovered that the Cranberry Crisp paper is just a tad shade different than the designer paper, so I sponged some Chocolate Chip craft ink on the cardstock to darken it to match the designer paper.
Date: Saturday, November 4, 2006 GMT Views: 1433
Stamps: All the Best, Linen, Merry Little Christmas (Stampabilities)
Paper: Marigold Morning, True Thyme, Very Vanilla, Holiday Thyme Designer
Ink: Cranberry Crisp, Marigold Morning
Accessories: Large and small vintage brass brads, dimensionals, stickles, slot punch
Registered: July 15, 2005 Location: Southeast Texas Posts: 2050
Sat, Nov 04, 2006 @ 9:49 PM
Added to my favs -- love the colors and design.
------------------------------ <font color="Navy">Karen C</font><br />
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Registered: April 23, 2006 Location: Looking For Teapots! Posts: 59933
Sun, Nov 05, 2006 @ 11:10 AM
Oohh! Love this. I also love the way you are photographing your cards now. This one looks gorgeous against your background. This paper didn't do much for me when I first saw it but this card and others here have made me realize I need to get it!! Love the way you crinkled the edges, or whatever that is called!