Smeared Crinkled Drunken Chalk technique is the background. I explained my technique in previous card post. I was trying for a different design for Paint Prints. The stone wall with the flower pot on top was my result. I love both of these stamp sets. The stone wall was Blue Iris, background was Azurite & Blue Iris. Pot and tag were Blue Iris.
Date: Sunday, February 27, 2005 GMT Views: 694
Ink: Basic Black, Petal Point Chalk Inks in Azurite, Blue Iris and Warm Violet
Accessories: Ballet Blue Tag, ribbon, Dimensional Tape on pot and tag
Techniques: Smeared Crinkled Drunken Chalk
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Registered: May 7, 2003 Location: Laycock house of cats Posts: 10663
Sun, Feb 27, 2005 @ 7:17 PM
Oh, this is gorgeous! I'm going to CASE this. We have a low brick wall around our garden and last summer I put a planter on it! This reminds me of our yard! I want summer!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing.
Registered: July 14, 2004 Location: Texas Posts: 5527
Sun, Feb 27, 2005 @ 7:35 PM
Oh!!! this is so much fun!and such goregeous colors! Like Michelle it totally reminded me of summer and my plants on my steps! I love this card...it's like a shot of spring energy while in reality I am in the midst of yet another winter storm!!! Thank you!
Registered: October 25, 2004 Location: Southern Oregon Coast Posts: 17641
Sun, Feb 27, 2005 @ 9:40 PM
Delightful, for sure! Looks just like concrete steps against an old stone wall in an artist's garden. I love the little pot and the ribbon. I'm so glad I got a dose of garden today. Yes, folks, it's Spring here on the Oregon Coast!