And Rustic Wilderness, the newest Distress color from Tim Holtz, is an especially nice shade. Described by Ranger as, “a deep, rugged green capturing the adventurous inspiration of the great outdoors”; it’s available in nine different products– Distress Ink Pad and Re-inker, Distress Oxide Pad and Re-inker, Embossing Glaze, Spray Stain, Oxide Spray, Paint and a fun Enamel Collector Pin— all of which are available at Paper Anthology NOW… order yours today!
Last week, Paper Anthology held out first virtual crop: Creation Staycation. It was a week long event, with tons of challenges, trivia and Prizes. I’m excited to say, it was a huge success, with over 300 challenge entries! We had such a blast looking through everyone’s gorgeous creation! I thought I would share a few of my cards from the challenges:
This card was for the Monochrome Madness challenge. Of course, I chose GREEN. All dies used are from Dress My Crafts:
This card was for the Distress background challenge. Lots of inky goodness with Ranger Distress inks and a fun flower die set from Taylored Expressions:
This card was for the one layer (CAS) challenge. I used the Taylored Expressions square stencils for the background. The beautiful flower image is from Penny Black . All inks used, for blending and watercoloring are mini ink cubes from Taylored Expressions:
Thanks for stopping by!!!
This month’s Make and Take features a gorgeous Penny Black image and Studio 490 sentiment. A simple card made by applying Tombow markers direct to the stamp. A spritz of water and voila, a beautiful, soft, watercolor floral. You can’t tell in the photo, but the flowers shimmer and sparkle with a light touch of stickles;
Christmas in July is the new challenge at Shopping our Stash! Just perfect for me…I had to come up with a card quick for this month’s Christmas Card Club. I really wanted to play with the new Hero Arts set that came in from the ShopBox as I’ve been all about Scandinavian prints lately, and I really wanted to break out some embossing powders. I embraced my love of green and came up with this:
Background stamp is from Studio 490, inks are from Catherine Pooler and embossing powders are from Ranger. A touch of Antique linen and Tea dye to grunge it up and finish it off!
Thanks for stopping by!