Good Friday afternoon to you. I was playing with a very old stamp today and incorporated it into a ton of challenges. The stamp is Big & Wild Things from a company call gel.a.tins. I don't even know if they are in business anymore. Super fun set of stamps though. I made two cards with this set for the Twofer Challenge: Harvest.
My first card started with a Tim Holtz water color panel that I wet down and used my Arteza Realbrush pens on. When it was dry I spritzed it with water and blotted off the excess. Then stamped the wheat in Versafine black ink. I die cut the With Sympathy from black card stock using a die from Cutplorations. Trimmed the panel down, added it to a Saffron card base with a thin strip of black for an accent.
The second card started with a kraft card base. I stamped the wheat again in Encore copper ink. I used the thanks from The Stamp Markets Double Take set, also stamped in copper. I then took the thank you from the same set and stamped it in Versafine black ink and added a few black Nuvo drops. If you hadn't noticed I really loved Rachel's card sketch on the Less Is More challenge this week. I think I have used it for like ten cards. lol.
This card also fits the CAS On Friday challenge #143:Thanks.
Thank you for stopping by and listening to me ramble on, Sue.