Friday, August 28, 2015
Thank You So Much -- FWF 8-28
I am here with my last Friday project for Unity Friends with Flair. They are changing it up a bit over at Unity and their FWF will be on Tuesdays, starting on Sept. 1. To be honest, I am a little bit nervous about the changes they might have in the works for FWF. I love participating and hope that Facebook or Instagram won't be required for the new and improved Tuesday FWF....since I am not on those particular social media places.
Today I am sharing another simple card I made during our evacuation time when I had very limited craft supplies with me. I used a watercolor background (from my "marker water salvage project" ) and did some simple stamping with Unity grab bag stamps with Versafine Onyx Black ink.
Rather than my usual routine of simply matting the sentiment panel for putting on my background, I put the snippets at an angle this time. It's not fancy, but I like it.
I did some subtle clear heat embossing on the background that is barely visible, but if you look closely you can see some little hearts. Also, I smooshed the same flower stamp I used on the sentiment panel onto a wet paper towel to pick up some water and stamped it here and there on the background. It "bleached" out the shape of the flower here and there. If you have sharp eyes, you might be able to see it. Although it is faint, I think it adds.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. We have the possibility of more thunderstorms today and tomorrow, so please keep us in your thoughts and prayers. Until we have some significant rain, we are still in very great danger of fire. Yikes!
Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. Unity - Friends with Flair
2. DL.Art Thankful Thursday
3. Pixie's Snippets Playground Week #191 - Use Snippets
4. Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
5. Word Art Wednesday Challenge #198 - Anything Goes Family Friendly
6. DL.Art August Linky Challenge - Anything Goes
7. DRS Designs - Sentiment
8. Craft Stamper August Take It Make It Challenge - Use Pens or Pencils