Friday, 24 September 2010

This card was so quick and easy! I feel like I must have seen this design somewhere else, but I can't remember at all where. If it's yours, please let me know. I stamped the image from Darkroom Door (Prague, Vol 2) in Versafine onyx black on super smooth white. Then I sponged on some distress inks in soft shades of pink and blue and purple. Mounted it on black, then plum, which was stamped with some words from that same set. The street lantern is also from that set, and is stamped in Dusty Concord and trimmed closely and popped up on dimensional tape. The sentiment is a white rub-on. Easy peasy! I think I'll make a few of these in different colour combinations. That would be fun!
NSR: We were watching a movie for Family Fun Night and I brought down a bit of candy for the girls that had been kicking around the cupboard for too long. DD2 (age 4) spied it and said "That's the candy from the pinchilada from Vacation Bible School!" I guess they must have had a pinata at VBS, but I really liked the mental image that "pinchilada" conjured up.
We're hoping to get out to the Carp Fair this weekend. I always enjoy seeing the animals and produce displays and the quilts etc.

1 comment:

  1. Oh how pretty!! Love your sponging of distress inks on your image! The lantern in front of the image panel is perfect! Enjoy your weekend!!