Wednesday, December 25, 2013

What's On Your Workdesk? Christmas Day Edition 238

Merry Christmas!  Check out Julia's Stamping Ground for information about what WOYWW is! I haven't checked in since Thanksgiving!  How did a month go so quickly?
No crafting here, so just a photo of my mantle! :)  My wonderful family of techies are here and look what my SIL did! He put the snow photo on the background for me! :)
   Please remember the reason for the season, our Lord Jesus Christ!  Luke 2:14 Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. 

Merry Christmas!
Thank you for stopping by and for your comments.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday #234 & EMS Scrap Sketch

Well, my workdesk is a mess, because I have been scrapping.  I even have stuff from last week still on here! Yikes!  You can see the yellow strip of CS that I tried to cut my letters out of.  It didn't work, too light weight, so I used some 12x12 SU!  Also, do you notice the 2 adhesives in lower left corner?  Well, they stopped working.  I have a whole sack of adhesive, that broke or quit working.  They are different brands.  Am I the only person that has difficulties with adhesive?
Also, in front of the Copics are some gift calendars I am working on. I stamped an image and am using the inks to water color.  There are some fun photos on there that I might incorporate on a card.   If you don't know what WOYWW is check it out at Julia's Stamping Ground.

WOYWW #234
A close up on my scrap page is below.  It is for several challenges:
             SCS VSBN English Degree ( my Bachelor Degree)  We were to use a conversation bubble on our page.
             Stash Busters Challenge:  We were to use two printed papers at least a year old, Epoxy sticker or put a shinny glaze over a sticker, ribbon slide, ribbon.
             Even More Scrapping Sketch Challenge # 50

EMS Sketch # 50

              Credits:  Printed Paper TPC Studio "School Days Alphabet Jumble"
                              Cardstock  So Saffron & Sage Shadow both SU!
                              Accessories:  SU! Alphabet Die, Certainly Celery Ribbon, Ribbon Slide from years and years ago!  Spellbinders leaf die.  Bubble sticker from Bernard J. Putt & Assoc 1985!
Yikes!! 1985! LOL    I thought it would be fun to use the letters and the negative of the letters on my page. 


                                                  Bless the Lord, O my soul; And all that is within me, bless His holy name! Psalm 103:1-2

  And finally, wishing my friends in U.S. Happy Thanksgiving!  Here is a photo of the pumpkin that my husband and I are slaughtering tomorrow to freeze lots and lots of bags of pumpkin!  But I thought it would make a nice Fall photo. :)  We do this every year about this time and then bake and freeze lots of mini loaves and regular size ones for Christmas gifts.
  Thank you all for stopping by!  Love your comments and getting to know you.  I am on my way to look at your spaces and to check out what you are doing!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday 233

This is what is on my desk tonight!  I am making a birthday card that should have been mailed today, but will just get sent tomorrow! You can see the inside of the card on my desk.   I am late to the WOYWW party too!  A day late, a dollar short!  Is that how it goes? LOL  For more information about this , visit Stamping Ground.  We have so much fun snoopng through each other's craft areas.  I have gotten to know crafters all over the world! :)

I had fun using My Favorite Things Country Charms Die-namics.  This is a special birthday card for a real special cowboy!  Also, used SU! Its Your Birthday for sentiment on inside and out.  The horse image is Recollections and colored with Copics.  The Cowboy stamp  on inside is Stampabilities.  The cardstock is Chocolate Chip and Baja Breeze.  That DP is from my stash and says it is "One of a Kind blue" from 2005 Kelly Panacci, Ontarion, Canada.  I love that paper and these little charms. :)  I just used cross stitch floss to hang them on the card.

Thank you for stopping by and for your comments.  I appreciate everyone of them!  I am off to snoop your areas!  Happy WOYWW!

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

WOYWW # 232 & Scrapping

Good Morning!   I cannot believe it is time for WOYWW again!! What is it, you ask?  Visit Julia's Stamping Ground for all the details!  It is a wonderful time of desk snooping and sharing of ideas!
   So, this is what my desk looks like.  I have been scrapping!

I took part in  SCS Challenges:   VSBN1113A   STASH13Nov1

        For the stash Busters we had to use  2 Printed Papers (SU!) at least a year old, Chipboard letters or shapes, 2 or more brads, and Magic mesh or fabric  (I used lace)

       It was fun to use some of my stash!  I had these stamped , punched SU! ornaments left over from when I made Christmas cards with them 2 years ago!  You know I don't throw much away! :)  The tags were just in my stash, as well as the big white chipboard ornament, recycled from a card and Season's Greetings is recycled from a card.  I had all these things in a big plastic box of Christmas things for cards and scrapping.
For the VSBN Challenge we were to use a sketch from a site that we had not used sketches from  before. I used this sketch from Scrappy Sketches by Heather.
                                Here is a close up of my  page.  I love these photos of my Mom!

Have a happy WOYWW!  Thanks for stopping by, and for your comments.  I really enjoy reading them.
I am off to snoop your craft areas! :)

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

WOYWW # 231 & Thumping

       What have I been doing? And why am I showing you my messy desk?  It is because it is What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday  Julia tells you all about it at her Stamping Ground. Check it out!
       I have tried to make three to five Christmas cards a month, so that I wouldn't have to make them all in December.  So  I have been busy stamping the insides, just as time consuming as making the card.  I have tried to stamp the inside sentiment and then cut the inside panels to match what is on the outside. Look at what a mess my die cut area is.  Also, these are my cards and their insides on my main craft area.  I have 40 cards made, stamped on inside, and my "made by stamp" on the back.  So, now all I have to do is address them.  And when I make them all different, just maybe five a like, it is difficult to choose which ones to send to who!!! LOL  Also, below, I did make a card yesterday!

Thumping Technique

This card was made using the Thumping Technique.  Here is a Splitcoast Stamper Tutorial.  I made this for my  You Can Do It Challenge to use this technique.
   It is such an easy way to achieve  added highlights and depth.  You just ink up your stamp with one color, this time I used SU! Certainly Celery.  You then  thump a marker of another color different places on the stamp.  I used Midnight Muse and Old Olive. Then you huff on your stamp and stamp it! :)
   This is a card I made for my GF that made me the gorgeous scarf that I showed you last week.

    Other credits for the card.  Cardstock: SU! Midnight Muse, Whisper White, Certainly Celery
                                             Spellbinders Labels 10 Die & SU! Petite Punch
                                             SU! Fancy Fan Embossing Folder
                                             Stamps:  sentiment- Pretty Petites
                                                            image- Watercolor Trio
                                             Saphire Rhinestone Stickers

Thank you for stopping by and for your comments. Love getting to know all of you!  I am off to visit your area and see what you are doing!

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

My Birthday & WOYWW #230

          I received  a lot of interesting crafting items and some handmade cards  for my birthday that I wanted to share with you.  See that beautiful scarf (my favorite colors!) that my GF made for me for my birthday. :)  And that beautiful card she made for me.  Remember, I went to her house a couple of weeks ago and used her stamps?  Well she used my die, and that is what she used on my card.  She did a beautiful job.  And there are two more cards that stamper friends sent me.  My GF gave me some metallic acrylic paint to mix with my re-inkers, and a tiny spray bottle and some little containers to put them in. :)  Then I got chocolate, and a CD, and lots of other fun things! So even though Monday was my birthday, Tuesday, I went to breakfast with two friends and lunch with another. Just had a great day of eating out and shopping! :)

         I missed WOYWW last week, and I really missed it!  I have learned some new things in the few weeks, I have taken part in WOYWW.  I had never heard of Zentangle, until I visited one of your Blogs.  I know where have I been?  Now, I have been to a class.  I had never heard of Gelee Plate.  Now, I am watching tutorials on that!  Anyway thank you all for sharing what you are doing.  I am learning! :)  Well, off to see what you all are doing this week.  :)
         If you are wondering what WOYWW (What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday?)  is, check out  Julia's Stamping Ground.


Thank you all for stopping by!  Thank you for your comments.  I enjoy getting to know you. 

Tuesday, October 15, 2013


       Welcome to WOYWW!  (What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday)  If you don't know what that is, visit Julia's Stamping Ground and check it out!

         I have been busy, but just not at my craft area.  Yesterday, I drove out of town to visit and craft with my friend!  So, what is on my table, is what I did at her craft table. :)  We worked on our calendar gift sets for Christmas gifts; I got four months started 15 of each.  They are all stamped, but now I have to color and sponge them yet. I used her stamps, and I took some of mine for her to use.  Now for the rest of the months, I will use my own stamps. :)  Also, I stamped some of her images for possible Christmas cards. I took some of my dies for her to use, and I used some of hers.  There is also a scrap page I have started.

        But the most important thing I wanted you to see was that I took your advice, to use the shelf I found at the garage sale, to store my Copics.  Two weeks ago I showed this find to you, and at least three maybe more said it would  be perfect for my Copics!  So here they are!  What do you think?
                   Happy WOYWW!

                     Thank you for stopping by, and for your comments.  I enjoy reading every one of them!

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Butterflies Are Free

A few weeks ago on my WOYWW post I indicated a box  on my craft area that had butterflies in it.  My Blogger friend Brandy sent them  to me.  It included about 40 butterflies of different colors and different cuts. I thought I would show you today two more cards that I made with the butterflies.   I thought they were all so lovely and lacy, I just love using them on my cards. They made these cards easy! Thanks Brandy! :)

Submitted to QFTD184 & AOCC13 Challenges
    I needed this card unfortunately for a friend this week.   I used SU! Thoughts & Prayers set.  I used Spellbinders oval and lacy oval dies.  I made clouds by punching a scalloped circle and sponging around it, a trick I learned from one of SCS friends. :)  The cardstock is SU! Baja Breeze & Close to Cocoa, & Whisper White.   The ink is VersaFine Vintage Sepia, ( my favorite go to ink pad).  I sponged with Baja Breeze.  Then I  used pearls on one of the butterflies that Brandy so wonderfully cut and sent me! :)

Submitted  for QFTD182 & AOCC13 Challenges

I made this birthday card for a dear friend.  Just gave it to her this week.  I ran the white through with a EF, and layered on Tempting Turquoise.  I stamped it with sentiment from Elegant Greetings from SU!  I just happened to have ribbon that matched the butterflies! :)  Really, the four butterflies are the stars here!

I wish you all a great week-end!  Hope you get to craft some.  Thank you for stopping by and for your comments!

Wednesday, October 9, 2013


       Oh, my goodness!  Wednesdays sure come quickly!  If you are wondering what What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday is all about, check out Julia's Stamping Ground for the details!
        So, I am not doing that much creating, as much as I am organizing!  Although, it does not look like organizing, that is what I am doing.  I am re-cataloging my stamps.  I have already imput all my SU! sets all 188 wood mounted sets and 40 clear mounted.  Now I am listing the  Non-SU! wood mounted and  clear mounted.  I am doing all of this in the program Evernote. I didn't know it would be such a huge undertaking!         My photo this week is of this week's work area, which is my table in the family room with my laptop/desktop. It was a laptop before the screen went out, so now is a desktop with a TV screen! LOL There is my sewing machine for what little sewing I do, mostly on cards.

I have all of these stamp set below to do yet.   When I notate the set , I also scan a photo into the computer. I do this all on my PC, but have access to my stamp inventory on my mini iPad, which is real convenient!  I am pretty excited about this project, although it is a lot of work!

I am pretty late getting this posted, because I had a busy Wednesday card making with our ladies at church for our encouragement Ministry.  Have a wonderful WOYWW!  Thanks for stopping by and for your comments.  Now I am going to go visit you and see what you are doing! :)

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

WOYWW 226 White Washing and Angel Tag

    Happy WOYWW!  Don't know what WOYWW is?  Check it out at Julia's Stamping Ground.
 This is what my area looks like right now.  I just finished a card for Teapot Tuesday on Splitcoast Stamper, using White Wash technique.  Earlier this week I made a tag for one of our challenges using paints, and all kinds of other mediums. really an experiment for me!  So evidence of that is still on my blotter.  Also, a fall card failure using paints is laying there to be discarded.  An alphabet die with paint on it is the remains of a scrapbook page I did earlier.
     Also, see the cute little criss-cross shelf I picked up for $2.00 at a garage sale?  I haven't decided how to use it yet.  It came with all the spice jars that fit in there too.  So, a project! :)  Oh, and see the baggie of goodies one of my blogger friends sent me from ScrapFest?  Now, I can eat the goodies, and use the items in the bag.  I just wanted to show you how cutely packaged it was.

Here is close up of my card and tag.
Thank you for looking and for your comments.
I always enjoy reading them! :)
Have a great week!

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

WOYWW #225

       If you wonder what "Whats On Your Workdesk? Wednesday" is all about check out Julia's Stamping Ground.  Here is what part of my area looks like.  I am working on my 2014 calendar gift sets.  Every year I copy, cut, stamp and color or decorate 15 or more sets to give to friends and family.  The first time I give them, I include the acrylic frame. I have it setting on my craft area with 2013 in it, to give you an idea.  So once I give someone one, I keep giving them a set every year.  After I retired I gave them a few years to my fellow employees, but then finally quit.  I would have been up to 25 sets.  At 15 or more sets, I have a lot of stamping.  I don't make them and then make copies.  Each month for each person is an original although each month is stamped the same.  15 sets at 12 months is like making 180 cards! :)  After getting all of the months cut, I will begin choosing which stamp I will use for what months.  That is the fun part!
       I have pictured September 2013, where I stamped leaves on top of script.  And I did a snowman for January 2013.  Every year I try to do the calendars with different stamps.  Sometimes I color with chalks, Copics, watercolor or sponging.   I really enjoy doing these calendars.  I even make a set for myself, so I can enjoy them all year. :)  Anyway this is what I am doing!  Now, off to see what everyone else is doing. Happy WOYWW!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

WOYWW #224

Welcome to What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday! You all thought I had a such a neat work area last week.  Now I will show you what it really looks like when I am working on something. Not so neat, is it?  I have a habit of starting to stack things.. Then, I usually have a catastrophe, like good paper ending up in an ink pad or something like that. :)  I have been scrapping this week.  When I scrap, things begin to overflow, as I don't get things put up as you go.  My husband likes that rule. :)  If you look close, you can see the die cut butterflies a really nice  blogger friend sent me. :)  Also, a box of die cuts that I cut at my GF's house last Friday with her dies.  See, I don't have to buy everything, if she buys some!  Then I use hers! :)

Put away as you go?


I love that my DH has fixed me up 13 feet of work space, but that is more for me to fill up! :)  And see my neat Sticker Clipper?  That was a find for under $5.00.  It had 30 hangers on it and I have them all filled up.  What is it with crafters and organizer items? :)
Well have a great WOYWW!

Thank you for stopping by, and even more for your comments!  I look forward to reading them and getting to know my fellow Bloggers!

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Leaf Stamping Technique and Simply Create Too Challenge #46

                I am really liking this Leaf Stamping technique: 

       So, I got some leaves from my backyard, which weren't from any of my trees, so didn't recognize what kind they are.  I then inked them up and put them on the cardstock and pressed.  Then I spritzed with a bottle of something that I made in the past and forgot to label!  I think it was some Island Indigo re-inker with some alcohol or water.  Hummmn.  Don't know.  That will teach me!  But I think it turned out to be a pretty effect.  I stamped and heat embossed my ladybugs and from SU! Winged Things, and then colored them with SU! Markers, and then covered with Glossy Accents.  I used dementionals to raise the oval punched sentiments from Winged Things. Cardstock and Ink used was Pool Party, and Island Inidgo.

Backyard leaves
Inky fingers

Not only did I get ink all over me when I inked up the leaves, but also, when I spritzed, that was everywhere, too.   I first spritzed the wrong direction! LOL  When I did the glossy accents, that got messy too!  It wouldn't come out, so I stuck a pin in the end and then it poured all over!  So now you know why the sentiment is where it is!  Haha! :)
Simply Create Too #46 "Bugs" [But, No Butterflies]

 This card is for the following Challenges:



Thank you for looking at my Blog, and thank you even more for commenting!  I look forward to reading them! :)

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

WOYWW #223

       This is what my workspace looks like right now.  I guess I didn't make too big a mess making a card for several of this week's challenges at SplitcoastStampers tonight.  See those leaves?  I actually stamped with them.  I went into my backyard and snipped them off my Rose of Sharon and then brought them in and inked them up and stamped a background on my card.  It was an easy and fun technique.  This is the first time that I have participated in Whats On Your Workdesk Wednesday?, so will you let me know if I did it right?

Thank you for stopping by! And please let me know you were here! :)  Have a great rest of the week.

Monday, September 2, 2013

EMS Challenge 48: Canadian Sunrise

Going to be a busy week this week, so I am posting a day early. :)  Tomorrow, we will celebrate our 47th anniversary, and later this week I will be going to my 50th HS reunion!  Oh, my goodness!

 I did this simple  page for a challenge at Even More Scrapping!   I loved Cheryl's sketch for these photos, which are from a cruise we took in October. The paper is from Adventure the World Awaits {with foil}pad from the Paper Studio. I used my SU! letter die for the title and numbers from CTMH Golden Years for the date.   Does my title look like it is on ocean waves?  Well, I took these photos from the top deck at 5:55 am and we were sailing. :)

Thank you for stopping by and for your comments!

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Vintage Ladies Card and Ex 33:14

Oh, my goodness!  It is Tuesday again!  Where did the past week go to?  I am trying to get into a schedule for these posts.  I do better with a schedule.  So, Tuesdays might be it! :)
    I thought I would post a few more of my favorite cards from DTGD .

 I made this card using some favorite lady stamps from Mrs. O'Leary's Artful Illusions.  They are really detailed images and show up best when stamped with VersaFine ink; I used Vintage Sepia.  The printed paper is Stampington, an insert  from a Take Ten magazine. :)  I have several sheets of really neat paper from when I used to get that magazine.  A couple of years ago, I picked up these little frames that are just right to frame an inchie, from a garage sale.  My Mona Lisa inchie is also from Mrs. O'Leary's Artful Illusions.  I stamped it and punched it out and put it on that cute little frame and then there is the clear top to stick over it. The ribbon is Chocolate Chip from SU!  I added a copper brad, ( I love copper hardware best.) and the pearls. I really enjoy making vintage cards.

I did this for the following challenges:

Vintage Ladies

This next card is a mixed media card.  I used acrylic paint with a stencil.  I had fun doing this card, and might use acrylic paint again.  The stencil is one that I picked up at a stamp show a couple of years ago and had never used!  I added the stick on gems from my stash.  The Bible verse is from Words of Wisdom by SU!  And this  verse gives me such comfort!

This card was for the following challenges:

Exodos 33:14
Thank you for stopping buy!  Have a great holiday week-end. 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Christmas Cards in August

            Happy Tuesday!  I didn't have any special plans for today which is  a perk of being retired. My GF unexpectedly called and we went out for lunch. :)   I thought I would post more of my DTGD cards.  I used a new Christmas stamp set ( new to me) for this card. The Sounding Joy by SU! There is so much I could do with this set, and look forward to using it again.  I stamped the star sentiment with SU! white craft ink and heat embossed with SU! Winter White embossing powder.   I also used a stamp from the set to stamp the envelope. I love stamping the envelopes, I think it makes it special. I loved how this script looks on the envelope.   The white stars were cut with SU! Star Die.  And the sentiment Christmas blessings is a rub on from SU!  The red CS is Cherry Cobbler by SU!  I mounted the Cherry Cobbler panel on a square card.  I think I had gotten these square cards and envelopes on sale at Michaels.   Love sales and coupons! :)

                This card was made for the following challenges:


Here are four more Christmas cards I did  for DTGD.  I made them from printed paper and stickers from Hobby Lobby.  Who says it has to be complicated?  My goal this year has been to make at least 3 cards a month, so when December comes I will have most of my cards done. I also am trying to stamp the insides, so I don't have to do that in a hurry.  It is almost as difficult to think of what you want to stamp on the inside as making the card itself!   :)

This card was made for the following challenges:

Thank you for stopping by and for your comments!
Have a wonderful week!

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Masculine 60th Birthday Card

       Hi everyone!  I am finally posting one of my cards from the DTGD challenges. This was one of my favorites. I made it for my brother-in-law's 60th birthday.  I wanted it to be special, so I incorporated his photo on it to personalize it.
        I used Tim Holtz Artful Muse set of Embossing Folders to make it masculine.  These are small folders, so I was able to fold the man holding the umbrella embossing folder  over the top of the card stock to run thru the Big Shot.  Then I folded the cogs&wheels folder  over the card stock  from the bottom.  I used the arrows on the card because we were to point something out on  one of the challenges.  I know that arrows are popular now, but as of yet I have no dies for them, so these were handmade. :)  The circles and squares are part of a challenge requirement also. The sentiment was computer generated. All paper is SU!                        Challenges are so fun, because by the time you use all the required elements, you have your card!  I thought this turned out to be a fun card and already mailed it; I hope he likes it.

This card was made for the following  Splitcoast challenges:

F4A180"Point it Out"
AOCC13 (All Occasion Card Challenge)

Thank you for stopping by  and for your comments!  Have a great day!

Monday, August 5, 2013

Splitcoast Stamper DTGD Challenges

  Happy August everyone!  Where did July go?  I have been busy this first week of August creating cards for DTGD Challenges on Splitcoast Stamper.  I thought I would just show you what I have been doing. These cards represent many different techniques.  Later I will feature a card or two from them.  Maybe you see one you would like me to feature.  Just let me know. :)    Have a wonderful day!

22 projects for 42 challenges

Thank you for stopping by!  Thank you for your comments.  

Thursday, July 11, 2013

MFTSCRAP9 Scrapbook Page

          Here it is already the 11th of July, and I am still wondering what happened to June.  I thought I would share a scrapbbook page that I did for this month's MFT scrap sketch.  I also used the Magical Masking Tape Technique on it to add some interest.  I had been wanting to do that on a page.  This  page was also inspired by Cheryl's Variety challenges on SplitcoastStampers. One was  Umbre- to use graduated color technique and the other was to use gray for a main color.  I found these old school photos of my sis and cousins, and thought I wanted to scrap them.  I thought it kind of had a heritage school look.  I love stitiching when I see other people do it, so I did that on this page.  I just stitched the gray right to the black paper!
It is fun just to try new things.  I hope I have inspired you to scrap! :)

         Credits:   7Gypsies, Savannah Collection
                         MFT Dienanmics Mini Pennants
                         SU! Alphabet Die
                         Assorted inks for color blocking

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Magical Masking Tape Technique

I have found another great technique!  All you need are ink pads and masking tape.  On this card I used SU! inks:  More Mustard, Crushed Curry and So Saffron. You tear off strips of masking tape and ink them up on the pad, and then put the tape on the card, and then lift off. It is a  wonderful color effect for a background!  I did that with three strips. You could do a background on the whole card doing this. Here is a tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers. On this card I used SU! Thoughts and Prayers stamp set.  I also colored directly on the stamp with markers before stamping it, so I could do the leaves with Old Olive and the trunk with Chocolate Chip, also SU! I hope you try this technique, so easy!   Have a great week-end!

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Chevron Strips

I wanted to share another great technique with you.   Making your own chevron strips without a die!  Splitcoast Stampers has a great tutorial on it.  It was so easy and it was fun to use them on a card.  I look forward to making long ones to use on a scrapbook page.  Yes, I am also a scrapbooker, and will put on some pages in the future. It will take me a while to develop this BLOG.
  Here is my card on which I used this technique.  I hope you will look at the tutorial and try it yourself!  Happy Sunday!

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Pillow Top Background

I love this new technique I learned from a  fellow Splitcoast stamper.  She shared this tutorial. from Gina Kay.  Here are two cards I made using this great technique.  I hope you like it as much as I do  Enjoy!

Friday, April 19, 2013

Straw Blowing Technique

      I have learned another new technique that I would like to share: Straw Blowing.
For this  card:   I cut a piece of glossy paper the size I needed.
I dropped three drops  of one color of  re-inker.
Then I blew on the drops of ink through a straw, indifferent directions.
I repeated this process two more times with two other colors.
I blotted off excess, then rubbed with a tissue.
When it was completely dry,  I  stamped with a silhouette stamp, ( Hero Arts) using Black Momento Ink.
I used these colors: SU! Pool Party, Lucky Limeade, and Island Indigo.
I hope you like this technique as much as I do! 
I was challenged to do this technique on Splitcoaststampers, post #3853.
They provided links to tutorials also. 

Friday, April 5, 2013

Triple stamping

Triple Stamping is a fun technique.  I originally  learned this wonderful  technique at a SU! workshop.  I made this card for a Splitcoaststamper Challenge using SU! Postage Due stamp set. Here is the link to the tutorial for this technique on Splitcoaststamper.  Enjoy! :)