Here is my latest project. I took a photo of it at the kitchen table and then used my magic eraser in my software program to remove the background--too many shadows created by the temporary sun. I hope what's left here looks decent enough to enter some challenges.
I used dark brown ink for the image, a brown heart in the corner, and anchored everything with brown fringe pompons. Other details are included in the Materials Used section.
manila shaped tag painted with
USArtQuest Perfect Pigment Cobalt Turquoise Hue acrylic paint, applied with brush and water
USArtQuest Vintage Red Sparkling Mica and Pigment Watercolor Paint
Stampin' Write chocolate marker to highlight embossed edge of tag
Rubber Dance Stamps Nostalgia Love and sentiment Love from Something Wonderful
Stampin' Up very vanilla cardstock to stamp image
Stampin' Up early expresso ink to stamp image
Ranger Distress Ink fired brick to color stamped image (I used a dry baby wipe to color)
Stampin' Write cherry cobbler marker to ink up word Love
Wilton heart doily, red was covered first with fired brick and then early expresso to create the deep vintage red color
Stampin' Up cherry cobbler ribbon
Sharing with Tag Tuesday where this week's inspiration theme is text. You can see all the players' interpretations of this theme HERE.
Entering these challenges:
Rubber Dance Stamps February Challenge--Loved Up
color palette with optional theme of love (love of anything)
Full of romance - turquoise, deep red and chocolate brown
Live and Love Crafts: Challenge #32 Hearts
Mema's Crafts: February Challenge Valentine's Day
Crafty Hoarders Anonymous: February Challenge: How I Love Thee due March 8
Other than the stamps, everything you see has been hoarded in my stash
PDE Linky Party: Anything But a Card