Sheena Douglass is releasing a new stamp line on Thursday called Taste of India. Here's my sneak peak featuring stamps from two of the new sets - Henna & Mandala.
I stamped the Henna image twice on yellow cardstock. Next I got out my sponges and my new Radiant Neon Inks - Electric Green, Electric Coral & Electric Orange - and started filling in my flowers. I added a bit of the Electric Coral to the yellow background too. I finished with a coat of Iridescent Spray & Sparkle for all-over glittery shimmer and then added some gold sequins to finish the background design.
The sentiment from Mandala was stamped on yellow cardstock, sponged with a a bit of Electric Coral, and attached with foam tape for dimension.
We're celebrating Earth Day at Jingle Belles ... which means we're asking you to re-use, re-purpose or re-cycle something for your card.
Last year, I bought a box of envelopes at an Estate Sale, and when I unpacked the box at home, I discovered several vintage holiday cards that had been received by the owners. I re-purposed one of those cards into my design for this week ... don't you love those fantastic colors.
The layout is the Sweet Sunday Sketch. I even recycled the back of the greeting card (which was the perfect coordinated shade of aged ivory) by using it to stamp my sentiment from Mistletoe Kisses ... with a little big of holly berry bling.
I started with a blue lacy background to bring in the color of the table cloth in the picture. Next, I used one of my cherished Papaya! Art Muses stickers for my oval element in the sketch layout and then added some big bold blooms. Papers are DCWV Magnolia Way Mat Stack.