Color Chef Challenge #17--http://kjsstamppad.blogspot.com
was to use vineyard berry, cocoa, colonial white. Just so
happened I had some. I used cocoa direct to paper
around the edges, so it makes it look extra dark, but I
think went really well with this stamp.
Z is for...Zero Embellishments--http://abc-challenge.blogspot.com
I've had this stamp for a long time. I have quite a variety of stamps
ranging from cute to artsy. This was one of my artsy day purchases.
It went perfect with this challenge because it can stand alone like
this or a real arty person could really jazz it up. I used my water
brush, my water color stack, and CTMH markers, a sponge, and
fingers to really give this a going over after I stamped it with
Vibrance Brown, VersaMark Ink, and clear embossing powder.
Supplies: Card Blank 5" X 61/2" Colonial White Value Pack Hobby Lobby, CTMH-vineyard berry, colonial white card stock, Stamp: Stamps Happen, Inc.-90240 Page About Butterflies, Ink: Vibrance-Brown, VersaMark Ink Pad,clear embossing powder-Jo-Ann's, water color stack, Stampin Up marker-soft suede, crushed curry, rich razzleberry, CTMH markers-sunflower, topiary, lilac mist, vineyard berry, pansy purple, smokey plum, parchment, desert sand, chocolate.(no pop dots)
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