Wednesday, June 29, 2011

One-Layer Wednesday #60

Today was another early day in the office. I owed the survey manager something yesterday, but then I got distracted with a hotel contract and some voicemails that by the end of the day, my brain was hitting a stopping point. I decided that it'd be best to get a fresh start in the morning and complete the deliverable so it'd be waiting for her when she got in. And with the early start, I got to leave early too. Everyone wins. :)

This week's One-Layer Wednesday (#60) challenge focused on doing quick layers of ink with "no masking, no sponging, no embellishments of any kind." I thought the best way to do to some layering was to get a full-coverage background stamp. My trusty music score stamp was standing by for the job. I chose to use my flower stamp again and grounded the image with some grass to make the scene look more realistic. I topped the card off with a newish sentiment stamp and some leaves.

Card Specs:
Ink: Colorbox chalk ink in Warm Red, Blackbird. Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Peeled Paint, Antique Linen
Stamps: Studio G (sentiment, flowers), Stampendous (music score), K.I. Memories- Garden (grass, leaf)


Mynnette said...

Love it! TFS!

Carla said...

great card, lovely colors

Kathyk said...

FABULOUS card - I've got that studiog flower stamp too, really MUST use it more now you've shown me how great it looks in red!


Folly said...

Wow! I love this card. I think I "need" a music score background stamp like this. :-)

Heather T said...

What a great layout, that flower stamp is very sweet.

Joyce said...

love those flowers! very cute!

Susan said...

Tina, you did a fab job on this! Love it!

Shobana said...

Oh this is beautiful Tina! Love how you managed to fill the whole card front! :)

Jenny said...

oooo love those flowers Tina and great music score background :)
Jenny x

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