Time was getting short and I wanted to use this image of the empty tomb, as it speaks so eloquently of the foundation of our faith . . .
However, there was no time to individually color the stones, so I opted for a smooshed and mottled background that I hoped would give the same aged impression. The folded napkin was inked with a white marker in order to emphasize its traditional significance: when one leaves a folded napkin at table after a meal, it means that they intend to come back.
Blessed be our Lord and Savior who suffered so that we might have eternal life in His presence . . .
To all who celebrate, I wish you a wonderfully blessed Easter . . .
Cardstock: Papers by Catherine White, Strathmore #90 Watercolor
Stamps: Purple Daisy Empty Tomb, Stamp Magic “I am the Way…”
Inks: Hero Black, Distress Pumice Stone, Picked Raspberry,
Twisted Citron, Uni Posca paint marker White
Dies: Spellbinders A2 Distressed Edges