I borrowed this stamp from a lady I only met this morning at the local coffee shop. We got talking and found she lived right around the corner so we went to her house and stamped and she was kind enough to let me borrow this stamp (which I love and can't get anymore) so I could stamp a few images to make cards from. Stamping is a wonderful world - you meet the nicest people! Anyways, I made the bg by just patting the blue bayou inkpad onto ivory CS. I think it looks pretty neat and looked rather like denim. What do you think? TFL
Date: Monday, August 20, 2007 GMT Views: 967
Registered: April 8, 2006 Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada Posts: 1880
Mon, Aug 20, 2007 @ 2:28 PM
Wow!! Your card is fantastic and I love your background. You have solved a longtime dilema I have everytime I use one of my lighthouse stamps. I never know what to do with the background. You have given me a wonderful idea, now I can finish one of the lighthouse cards, (I happen to have hanging around) waiting for an inspirational and creative moment. Thanks for sharing and it is wonderful all the new friends and people we meet through stamping.
Registered: September 21, 2004 Location: Minglerville, Michigan Posts: 69999
Tue, Aug 21, 2007 @ 7:42 AM
Another instant fav! Love the colors and the matting. The schooner is fabulous (off to eBay to see if I can find it!) and the way you made the background is perfect. Darlene, YOU are one of those wonderful people we meet through stamping! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!
Registered: November 27, 2006 Location: Atlas, PA Posts: 2493
Wed, Aug 22, 2007 @ 9:45 AM
Right into the favorites it goes!! I love the background, and the ship. How lucky you are to meet a stamper around the corner!! That's what I love about this hobby!! I love the colors too. You're quite creative yourself!! :)
------------------------------ Jen Z. in Elysburg, PA...not quite stampin' in Atlas anymore!
Registered: April 22, 2006 Location: Marysville WA Posts: 5
Sat, Mar 29, 2008 @ 4:50 PM
Love how you did tha background. I haven't tried that yet. I got my schooner and old world map stamp from E-Bay. Have you ever done that. It is great fun. It is great that Splitcoast keeps retired card galleries. Thanks Splitcoast. Yvonne