Last week was busy, we had some house guests and work sent me to an ATC workshop, see the results here…
The pharaoh was made by ironing wax paper over the stamp before sponging the ink over the top.
The leaf was supposed to work it’s way into a spiral, but by that time I was running late so I cut some corners (if you’ll pardon the pun).
For the tree we had to write a haiku on the other side (see below).
And the last was a veggie for earth day, because of it’s appearance I titled this card “World Beet”.
Here are some of the ones I got to swap for (we made duplicate cards).
Here’s a wax paper and a haiku card,
and a veggie and a spiral card.
We also made a flashing color card that I hated my results from and a marbled paper card that was great till I stamped over it.
In other news I went to Tucson this weekend and had a great time with some friends.
Managed to come back with a teacup…
I couldn’t resist.
I was from this great breakfast house called The Hungry Fox.
They shared a strip mall with a bar called The Kon Tiki.
It had a great bar tender and a curious clientele.
The good thing is that there is someone to keep them all in line!