Hey y’all! I’m going to a stamp club meeting today but wanted to get a card posted before I go. The inspiration was a piece of digital paper that I "had to have" and it matched perfectly with a new stamp that I have from Impression-Obsession called Arbor that I got from Stamper’s Dream. To me the arbor is simply gorgeous and I envisioned it with roses and colored them so with my Tombow Markers. And . . . you know how I gush about the artist Gary Robertson – well he did it again – all the hard work that is. I think this took me about 35 minutes to color and I am soooooo slow – it was easy because the coloring is in little spots with hardly any shading – then of course the house is white so I pretty much left that as it was.
Earlier in the week I was playing around with more crepe paper and I ruffled a long length and glued it around a Spellbinders Oval. The picture takes up most of the card but I added Spellbinders Fancy Tags on either side of the picture just to give it some ummph. Across the card I tied a pink gingham bow and added two Spellbinders Double Ended Tags and some pearls. My sentiment is a Lasting Impressions Rub on and it says Thanks for Being You. You can never go wrong having a thank you card ready and at hand ;-)
Stamps: Impression-Obsession from Stamper’s Dream – Arbor
Paper: Bazzill, Design paper is digital by Digital Anemone
Ink: Versafine Black Onyx and clear embossing powder
Accessories: Spellbinders™ Petite Ovals LG, Spellbinders™ Fancy Tags, Spellbinders™ Double Ended Tags, crepe paper (Hobby Lobby), pearls, gingham ribbon, Tombow Markers.