Supplies and notes:
- Bingo card base stamped with one of my first-ever stamps: a white oak leaf by Inkadinkado inked with Ranger Archival in Jet Black
- Next, the card base was "painted" with a swirly design using a waterbrush and Vintage Photo DOx. I went over some of the swirls with Liquid Pearls in Rose Gold.
- Tim's mini blueprint leaves (multiple years old) stamped with Tim's MM Palette in Hickory Smoke on the back of old library catalog cards
- Stamped cards inked with DOx in Abandoned Coral, Fossilized Amber, and Spiced Marmalade then fussy-cut
- The sentiment was typed on an old library card and inked with some remaining Vintage Photo DOx and coated with Distress Collage Medium in Crazing
I'll share this at the following challenges:
Love your sweet card and it's sentiment!ReplyDelete
I'd love for you to link this up to the Cropstop blog where anything goes as long as you use a few products from companies they carry in the store. (You did!!)
You can check it out here: www.cropstop.com/blog/cards/september-challenge-link-party-32
This is INCREDIBLE!!! Oh my gosh how cool! Hugs, AutumnReplyDelete
Lovely! I'm enjoying the creative way you've repurposed old library things - the librarian in me is smiling! I like how you've built up the background with various inks and stamps and bits of bling. Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber Challenge this week.ReplyDelete
Hey Mimi, so happy to see your card on the RETRO RUBBER gallery, it's beautiful and, as always, amazingly constructed. You have this unique ability to use different items and papers and arrange them in such a beautiful way that really blows me away.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this amazing card with us at RETRO RUBBER, hope you come and play again next time, ok?
Such a creative piece! I love it! Thanks for joining the challenge at Creative With Stamps. Dorlene DT CWSReplyDelete
This is so amazing, Mimi. Love the mix of embellishments, colors and textures. Thank you so much for joining us at Creative With stamps this month.ReplyDelete
So many things to love about this... .I love the leaves winding their way down the side in both the die cuts and the inky background. Then the fantastic quote sprinkled along the other side. Lovely art and thank you for sharing it with us at the Frilly and Funkie "To everything there is a season"ReplyDelete
It is amazing what you can do with a Bingo card, Mimi! I love the leaves on their inky background and that fab quote! PS thank you for sharing it with us at Frilly and Funkie! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful line from one of my favorite poets. Your drifting leaves are the perfect accent for this bingo card. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Frilly and Funkie "To Everything There Is a Season" challenge!ReplyDelete
this is really youReplyDelete
and I love love how you colored the leaves
really Mimi`s card/Tag and I love !!!
Many thanks for playing with us at CWS this month Mimi