Supplies and notes:
- Fiskars punch used on paper sent by The Miss Sew-Paper-Paint, Autumn
- Patchwork achieved with a matte Mod Podge layer on a full library card
- Patchwork then sealed with a layer of Ranger Collage Medium in Vintage
- Tim's stitch stamp used at the edges with Archival in Jet Black
- The sweet matryoshka stamp was from the dollar bins at Michael's a couple years ago-- I love her! I stamped her with Archival in Jet Black then painted her with Distress Paints.
- The quote is from an old children's book (published in 1950, discarded), adhered with the Vintage Collage Medium
- The twine is a piece from my snippet-jar
This really is so smooth-- if you've got a hexagon punch, I recommend creating a patchwork and sealing it-- I'm so impressed with the smoothness and flexibility the Mod Podge and Collage Medium yielded.
I'll share this with a friend as a bookmark.
And on the subject of nesting dolls, my mom just informed me that I will inherit her huge collection of nesters! She has gobs of holiday nesters, but also totally random sets: from planets to world leaders, rabbits... I feel lucky.
And I'll share this with the peeps at Simon Says Stamp on Wednesday for their tag challenge. Considering there's a book snippet and a library card here, I'm also going to share at the Simon Says Stamp on Monday challenge!