I forgot to mention what the stamp set was on the May man moose card! It’s Walk in the Wild. This stamp set is a perfect one to have on hand for an easy man card. The images are line drawings. For the card below, I stamped the moose with black StazOn and then filled in the image with a black permanent marker so that it turned into a silhouette.
In the background I used everyone’s long time favorite, Lovely as a Tree. (Wonder if it will retire this year? We will soon know, the list comes out Monday, April 21st.)
Here’s the finished card:Card base is Midnight Muse, which will be retiring soon. So, if you love it, hit the red button and order some up. There is FREE shipping starting Monday, April 21st through Friday April 25th! The accent colors are Smoky Slate and Garden Green.
This technique uses reinkers, tissue paper, window sheets, crystal effects and gloves! Another fun somewhat messy technique! We had so much fun with reinkers at this months techniques class I thought I would do it again!
Because I have been a slacker with out a camera I thought I would share the card that I made to swap with my Friday night Hostess Club:
This card uses the beautiful designer paper Gingham Garden. I used it so much when the catalog first came out and then set it aside. But, with spring finally springing I felt the need for bright colors and flowers. Paired up with the popular Petite Flower stamp set and matching punch it makes a great little card. The leaves are from the Bird Builder punch.
Last but not least, I thought I would show you my late night partner in crime. It’s now 2:02am and we are both up wide awake and looking to dive into another project. Who would I be talking about? My sassy cat of course! She sits on an office chair that is covered with the first quilt I made. What makes it a perfect spot is that she also has her own spot light over her. So, she can relax and pretend it’s always summer down here!Closing for real now, back to my desk and I need to turn off the “buy it now” shows that come on this late at night!