I love the combined challenges of using Stampotique stamps with the gingersnap themes, whilst Stampotique are sponsoring the challenges at Gingersnap. This was such an easy challenge, green is always so easy to use. To make this background I simply applied 3 colours of green ink to a glass mat, spray with mica spray, swirled it around with my finger and then dabbed my card onto it.
Then it was sinply stamped with Jo Capper-Sandon's grass stamp in all three colours. I inked around the edge with the darkest green, added a sentiment some paper ribbon and applied to a card blank.
I am happily married with two wonderful sons. I work full-time as a radiographer. I like to make stuff. Cardmaking, knitting, crochet. I'll try anything crafty.I also have an unhealthy love of maths: I did a degree for fun.
I post on my blog in the hope that I will inspire others to create. I am more than happy for you to be inspired by anything I post, and make it your own. Likewise, I get inspiration from all sorts of sources including the blogs of other crafters, although I would never knowingly directly copy another's work I visit so many blogs I pick up inspiration all over the place. Please know that if you are in my blog lists then you inspire me.
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