I hope Monday has been good to you, especially those of you who returned to work after the weekend :)
Me, I've had a day of dusting and sweeping - well, okay, that only took up a very brief part of my day, the rest was spent either on the computer or in the craft room. That's what it's like when you're retired - life's a beach :))
Recently, in this post here, I reported that I've been making marbled backgrounds using shaving foam and shimmer sprays. Here's the first card made with a piece that I thought was pretty - I like the subtle colouring.
I used white cardstock marbled with Luminarte Radiant Rain, Teal Zircon and Autumn Leaf, and teamed it with turquoise holographic card and a pale aqua cardstock. The topper is stamped with one of my all-time favourite flower stamps, Penny Black's Aspire, coloured with the only two Ranger Distress Markers I have, Peeled Paint and Aged Mahogany - an unlikely shade for flowers, I know, but it worked well on the marbled background, I think.
Guess who forgot to photograph the inside before writing a message in it!?!? However, I think you can just about see that it is stamped in the lower right corner using the second generation stamping method ...
... on the back too.
I'd like to submit this card to the following:
Stamping Sensations March Challenge - the theme is The Great Outdoors
One Crazy Stamper March 'Anything Goes' Challenge
The Crafting Cafe March Challenge - Your Favourite Colour
and last, but certainly not least, Pixie's Crafty Snippets Workshop - Week 64
It's nine minutes to the witching hours so I think I better call it a day.