This is another card I have done in a number of stamp classes. This card uses acetate (or transparencies). I've done it two different ways. In the card shown, I stamped French Script in Close to Cocoa on the strip of Very Vanilla card stock. I then stamped the flower in Brown Stazon on the acetate, flipped it over and used blender pens to colour in the flower. I flipped it back over and very carefully and precisely placed the acetate on the Very Vanilla card stock and held it steady while I punched in a hole and placed a brad. The ink comes off the acetate so I wanted to make sure it came off in the exact place I wanted it - directly behind the outline of the flowers. Kind of tricky. So for another stamp class, I did the opposite: Stamped the flower and coloured in with blender pens on the card stock, and stamped the French Script in Stazon on the acetate. Much easier. Both work, but the look is a bit different. Sorry, I don't have a picture to show you of the second card.
I've done this card in three stamp classes/worshops. And I've noticed that everyone has different tastes. Some people like the photo corners on the card, and others don't and just use four brads instead. Interesting.
Stamps: Oh, So Lovely, French Script Background, Warmest Regards, Rough Edges Wheel
Paper: Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow, Perfect Plum, Acetate
Ink: Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Timber Brown Stazon
Accessories: Antique Copper Brads (makingmemories), Photo Corner Punch, Dimensional, Hand Held 1/16" Punch
4.25 x 5.5 card
Well, I am off to Fargo, ND this weekend with my friend Ang to do some Christmas shopping and have some fun and relaxation. Actually, shopping is fun and relaxing for me! LOL. I am looking forward to it very much....lots of fun and hopefully some good deals. :) I hope to get ALL my Christmas shopping done.