t Stamping for Pleasure, and therefore must be obeyed, has demanded, because she can :) Great idea Sarn! Hopefully, with monthly participation, I should have a nice wee stock by December.
I picked out burgundy as the main colour for papers, the Stickle which edges the stamped image, and even the ProMarker used to edge the papers. The satin ribbon is also the exact shade of burgundy,but no matter how the card was angled the colour looked lighter. Evidence, if evidence is needed, that the camera can indeed lie :)
The sequins sprinkled, together with some tiny green gems, in the corners were a bit of fun ... on one of my all too rare shopping trips down the High Street I found a huge bag of mixed sequins in one of our local pound shops - an absolute bargain and a super find!
square black card bases; smooth black card for layering and white card for stamping; patterned papers from Spiceberry 6x6 pack from Memory Box; stamp is Santa Letter from the Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Collection; Memento Tuxedo black ink pad; Burgundy ProMarker, Stickles and ribbon; green gems from Anita's; sequins for embellishment
Once again, I've just raided my stash to make these cards so still on target not to buy any new goodies. I can't honestly say that it looks as though there is any less stash in the craft room, despite my efforts ... will just have to try harder :)
Weather report - after a really miserable day yesterday, today the sun is shining - amazing how a glimpse of sunshine lifts the spirits.
Wishing you all some sunshine today :)