. . . show-and-tell, assorted musings, and occasional mayhem from my rubber stamping world.
Friday, March 30, 2012
While scrounging around Michael’s one day, I came across a roll of foiled florist’s paper used to wrap flower pots for festive occasions.It was so beautiful that I bought it without the slightest inkling of what I was going to do with it.My Muse was kind to me one day and I got the idea to wrap the foil around a layer of cardstock for stability and then use it as a background.The foil is textured which really adds to the shimmer.Duplicating the colors for the word stamp took a little time but once I hit on the right ones, it went pretty fast.Now I just need to know what to do with the leftover gazillion feet of florist’s paper . . .
Stamps:Stampin’ Place Stained Glass Cross, “Alleluia”
Inks:ColorBox Silver, VersaMark
Other Colors:Pearl Ex Spring Green, Flamingo Pink, Duo Red/Blue, Reflex Violet, Carbon Black