19 August, 2014

Everything you do rock


I got some new Winnie & Walter stamps in the mail last week and I could not wait to take them out to play. I’ve been eying W&W for a while now, loving almost everything they make(everything they do rock, hehe) but haven’t had the chance to get my paws on any until now. Let’s just say I really enjoyed playing with them. This card was sort of a happy accident. I was going to white emboss the triangles and the text but I grabbed the wrong jar from my bag of white-ish embossing powders. I got white puff powder from WOW instead and it looks really cool! It made me paint the background black and now it looks kind of chalkboard-ish. Really cool!


The triangles are another happy accident. I first painted them using regular water colors. and lots of water letting them blend without messing (too much) with them. Then I was thinking I should maby stamp the pretty patterns on the triangles and just put one of the stamps on top of a triangle to try it out. When I lifted the stamp there was a ghost image left. Really cool! So I did the same thing to most of the triangles leaving some as they were and added some wink of stella clear glitter to some of them. Love. It.

Today is my hubbies birthday. And everything he does rock. But I made another card for him, I will show it later this week. Just wanted to say congrats to him as he reads this blog and is very supportive when I need to spend time in the scrap room (both for keeping my mental helth intact reasons and for deadline for my assignments reasons ;) ) and I think he is my number one supporter listening to me ranting about people he don’t know that makes awesome things, new stamps, new supplies, products and other stuff that would make any other grown man cry. Love you darling <3 Happy happy birthday :)

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