To give you a reprieve from the incessant barking that being an adult brings, here's a little Unity creation to keep you focused on what is important. Some finely crafted red rubber stamps of course!
I've been really trying to master the one layer card lately. Is it laziness or a sincere effort to making simplicity look effortless? I honestly don't know at this point. My inspiration is a fickle mistress. Some days she's there, other days I think she's playing Keno in Vegas. I do know that clean and simple cards are the most difficult to master. You can't HIDE your mistakes under anything.
(I know what you are thinking.. what's under that washi tape? Nothing!! No mistakes there at all.)
So, what's your perfered style of card. Clean and simple, grunge, layers, paper pieced, or just throw stuff at a piece of paper and hope it sticks? Let's discuss!
- Unity Stamp Company- "Birdie Conversation"
- Strathmore Bristol vellum surface- 100 lbs
- Tim Holtz Distress ink. Seedless Preserves, Picked Raspberry Salty Ocean & Peacock Feathers
- Versafine Onxy Black pigment Ink
- American Crafts yellow & white baker's twine
- Mijello Mission Gold watercolors
- Bazzill Basics "Bazzill Purple" card stock
- Patterned Paper: Teresa Collins- "Family Stories"
- Neenah Exact Index 110 lb card base
- Eyelet Outlet enamle dots-teal
- Scotch Post-it notes for masking
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