Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Happy Remembrance Day, everyone. Both my children will be singing as part of the choir in school today, singing Pete Seeger's "Where have all the Flowers Gone" -- I hope your Remembrance Day observances go well.
Today I'm sharing another Rub-ons card that we'll be making on the 29th for the Old Saint Nick class. I used an AquaPainter to add small highlights of Riding Hood Red ink to the centre snowflake/sentiment rub-on and then sprinkled with a dash of Chunky Glitter for fun.
I can't get over how ridiculously easy it is to use these rub-ons, and since they're all on sale this month, it's even better. That means I can USE them and stop HOARDING them all... if you know what I mean :)
Stampin' Up! Supplies:
Inks: Riding Hood Red Papers: Chocolate Chip, Certainly Celery, Holiday Treasures Designer paper, Whisper White Accessories: AquaPainter, 2-way Glue pen, Chunky glitter, Old Saint Nick rub ons, Stampin' Dimensionals.
Tomorrow's project will be a double whammy -- I'll post one of November's Stampers Club projects PLUS a card that uses the Stampin' Write markers. With another one of my Marker Clubs starting this month, I thought it might be handy to highlight them for you. I still have a few spaces left if you want to join, just contact me for more details (Canadians only, please).
If you've been enjoying my Holiday Extravangaza posts, please let me know in a comment below. I'd love to hear from you!