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Monday, March 31, 2008

Blog Candy!

I went to a little stamp show Saturday and bought a duplicate stamp from the $1 rubber bin at the Stampin' & Scrappin' (Stamp Affair) booth. So my mistake is your gain! LOL I'll be picking a name randomly from all the comments left in the coming week, and announcing a winner on Monday, April 7th


This stamp is large - 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"! It might make a really cool shrink art trinket. There is self-adhesive cushion attached to the rubber.

Here's a sample card using the same image that I'll send along to the winner of the rubber. I stamped her in Staz-On black ink on tan cardstock, and used colored pencils to enhance. Then I edged the panel with a gold Prismacolor Broad marker. The background piece is three Adirondack inks (Lettuce, Pesto and Caramel) brayered on the diagonal.

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Thanks for looking!



12 comments:

leenda said...

WOW! That's one GORGEOUS piece of artwork!

Karen said...

That is a beautiful stamp and lovely art.
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Jan Scholl said...

ethnic faces are really hard to find. I got one last summer from a vendor at the local stamp convention and he only had one left too. this is gorgeous.

Manna said...

Ahh, lovely, just lovely!

mochamama said...

how pretty is that!

JazzyH said...

Beautiful card. I like how you colored it.

sandyh50 said...

You do such a nice job! Thanks for the chance to win!

sheila said...

OMG, what a gorgeous card. The coloring and colors are amazing.

StampDancer said...

It's a beautiful stamp. And the artwork is wonderful. I've done the same thing, come home with a stamp I was sure I didn't have only to find it sitting in my stash.

Shirley said...

Totally gorgeous lady! How stunningly beautiful. TFS Nancy

Germana Ferrao said...

Wow, gorgeous card, you made her look so, so nice... she looks like me, I wish I could take a seat for the make-up artist Nancy. Thank you for sharing.
Germana

Anonymous said...

How is it that everything you do is so out-of-this-world? What a beautiful ethnic piece!

Evelyn in Oregon