And what a change to the weather too - looks like autumn is properly with us, we've had cooler temperatures, windy weather, heavy showers - the whole nine yards ..... oh, and the nights are really drawing in too! Soon be Christmas! Best I crack on with some Christmas projects soon otherwise I may wake up and discover I'm too late!
And, as another week starts I'm here to tell that .......... NO, it would appear that I'm NOT done with this layering stamp technique yet though, in my defence, this card DOES use the "bubble wrap" image instead of the "distress" background but hey - YOU be the judge of whether you like this or not .... but, as far as I can tell - this technique sublimely suits the CAS card and seems to work just great in masculine colours - now, isn't that a neat trick to have up your sleeve? Have a look at another card using blue and grey this time - though the pink and grey is still my fave - just didn't want to look stuck in a rut!!! Actually, I rather like this colour combo ..................... and I have to point out that many of the Kaisercraft stamps lend themselves to this technique and, at around £3 for a stamp, you can't afford not to add a couple to your collection!!
|The co-ordinating insert and envelope|
- White, 300 gsm, scallop edged C6 card and matching sized envelope
- Black card and light blue card, for matting and layering
- White card for image and insert panel
- Kaisercraft "bubble wrap" image stamped using Distress Ink - tumbled glass
- Kaisercraft "alphabet" image stamped using Memento London fog
- Close to my Heart image and sentiment stamped using Versafine onyx black