I love how this turned out - although I botched it up a bit with that message. It says "Sending you a big ol' Texas hug!" - it's a little easier to read IRL, but not much. I probably should have stamped it with brown StazOn rather than Distress ink. Ah well, you live & learn. I love this double resist technique though, what fun! I followed Jennifer's instructions, even using the same colors of ink. It was really great to bust out something that's been in my drawer for YEARS - my massive stash of glossy cardstock from my Stampin' Up days. I should make a ton of double resist cards now!!
Hope you liked my Texas-inspired card! It's getting rather cold in central Texas these days - you know, by central Texas standards, not Minnesota standards!! It's nice to play with my bluebonnet stamp and think about spring. :-) Now make sure and check out what my wonderful Texas Tuesday partners were up to this week. You can find their links over on my sidebar.
- Stamps: F-346 MD Bluebonnet & D-135 Texas Hug from Deadbeat Designs, CG125 Friend Definition from Hero Arts
- Paper: Hero Arts Kraft, Stampin' Up Glossy
- Ink: Versamark, Distress Ink (Broken China, Chipped Sapphire, Vintage Photo)
- Accessories: Machine stitching, Maya Road leaf trinket pin, satin ribbon