Thursday, March 5, 2015


This card was sent out in response to a call from Greg Smallwood of 
Marco Paper, one of the best sources ever for a huge variety of stamping supplies.  A wonderful gentleman named Walter White was about to have his 100th birthday and Greg thought stampers would like to help him celebrate . . . 

Walter has been keeping himself busy in the back room of Marco's by putting together dollar packs of scrap cardstock that stampers have been buying at shows for several years.  These have come in really handy for many of us, and have put small scraps to good use that otherwise might have been thrown away.  Sometimes, the smallest of details turns out to have the most charming history behind them . . .

Cardstock:   Marco's Jute
Stamps:        Paper Smooches Timber, Judikins Stitched Leaves
                          Background, Starving Artistamps Altered Stitches:
                          Feather, Stamp in the Mail “Happiness”    
Inks:               ColorBox Frost White, Distress Brushed Corduroy,
                         Tombow #845, #195, #985, Marvy LePlume II #36
Emb Powder:   Judikins Opaque White
Dies:              Verve Ribbon Banner, Memory Box Fresh Daisies      
Doo Dads:    Distress Stickles Tarnished Brass

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