Hello! Here's today's challenge card for my self-imposed January challenge. The focal panel was in my scrap treasure box, and I think it was originally made of watercolour paper that had mopped up some diluted Adirondack colour wash sprays (lettuce and pesto, by the looks of it, though this is pure speculation). At some interim scrap-rescue phase, I stamped this image (Magenta) on the paper and embossed it in black. Back it went. Fast forward to today, when it got plucked again from the scrap pile and enhanced slightly with some Tombow markers. I added some shading to the skies and foliage with three shades (451, 533 or maybe 553, and 528), blending with a wet-then-blotted paintbrush. I added the words from an A Muse sentiment stamp to the lines in the corner. I trimmed out the image, matted on black, then put it on a card base, turning to my wonderful (but sadly neglected) collection of BasicGrey 6x6 packs. I believe this is the Wanderer collection, and it's a lovely map in shades of blue and green. I liked the echoing of the modular segments, the similar colour scheme and the way the birds seem to be flying above the streets. It all seemed to work together. You know when you leaf through your papers, looking for The One. Well, this one winked at me and the twinkle in its eye said "Mr Right." A few Ice Stickles embellishments (lemon and blueberry, I believe) and I was all done. Thanks for stopping by! I hope you are getting some time to stamp too.