Hey kids, how's your Tuesday going? I took my kiddos out for a walk this morning and the weather was nice (though too hot for my liking), but this afternoon we're supposed to get thunderstorms. I love me a good thunderstorm. It's days and days on end of rain with no thunder that I don't like :)
Anyway, yesterday I finally broke open one of my new stamp sets!
I didn't do anything fancy though. I finished a big project last week, and it always seems like I have creativity fatigue when I get to the end of a big project. So yesterday I spent a little time reorganizing some things--moving retired cardstock colors and patterned paper out of my "current" drawers, that kind of thing. I'll need to do my stamp sets today, that's probably the biggest job. Anyway, I did that before making this card, and then I was in a hurry because it was already 5:30 and I hadn't started lasagna yet so I didn't wait for the background to dry before I stamped the flower on top and I'm going to pretend the blur on the left side of the image is an artistic choice.
Anyway, I used the colors from Global Design Project:
I have a feeling that Sweet Sugarplum might be like Orchid Opulence was for me--I liked the color, but I found it difficult to work with. Guess I'll just have to work with it some more.
That's it for me today, y'all. Gotta go get those stamp sets organized :) Cheers!
Supplies, all SU!
Stamps: Artistically Asian
Ink: Sweet Sugarplum, Night of Navy
Paper: Thick Whisper White