Saturday, July 12, 2014

Merry Monday #116

The minute I saw the challenge at Merry Monday I knew what I wanted to do.  I haven't played with them for a while but when I have an idea for a card immediately upon seeing the inspiration, I have to do it.



I recently purchased this mistletoe stamp and it fits perfectly with the green and white challenge.  I stamped it with Peeled Paint Distress Ink and then used more with a water brush to color it in.  I put a little Glossy Accents on the berries to round them out and make them shine.  The main panel is embossed with Forest Branches and mounted on a green paper from "who knows where".  I had planned to add a sentiment but I got a smudge on the bottom of the watercolor paper and had to cut it shorter.  It looks fine without one.

Now that my sister is here from Denver to stay with my Dad, I will have more time to make cards and enter some challenges.  I have my list all ready.  I did plan to do more today but we all went to the nursing home this afternoon and they were having a gospel concert.  We sang and clapped and I played air dulcimer. (lol) At least I have tonight to finish a card I have started and plan some others.

I'm so glad you stopped by.  Please come again.

5 comments:

  1. This is beautiful, Bobby! I love that mistletoe stamp! Thanks for sharing it with us at Merry Monday! I'm so glad you'll have more time for cards! Enjoy!

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  2. What a lovely image and you colored it to perfection! Very pretty design, too! Thanks so much for playing with us at Merry Monday!

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  3. What a neat stamp. It makes into a nicely elegant card!

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  4. Beautiful image....glad you were able to use it for the challenge! Have fun stamping and it sounds as if you had a good time at the nursing home! Thanks for playing with my challenge this week at Merry Monday!

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  5. Lovely image, so beautifully coloured, Bobby ... the textured background mimics the branches so perfectly! Good to hear you're going to have a bit more time to breathe ... enjoy it! Anita :)

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