Though I'm not sure this is what they meant when they said a "splash of color" over at Lawnscaping, I was in love with the gravity defying paint on the photo and it inspired my choice of purple for stamping.
There's another blog I like to check out - What's on your Workdesk Wednesday? - and although I've never been brave enough to admit to them what my
This is only a tiny bit of my messiness. But there's a reason for my rambling. I spent some time this weekend cataloging my inks - notice all the little swatches on the metal ring on the left. No, I don't have enough inks yet either lest you feel it necessary to make some smart remark! Anyway, I stamped each swatch twice, once with a rubber and once with a clear stamp cuz I find some inks don't do too well with clear stamps. That piece of scrap paper I used to stamp off on before cleaning the stamps. Scrap paper meet new Martha Stewart triple butterfly punch (I know, everyone else has had this punch for years). Hello 22 elements.
Counting flowers. And bling. A bit of homemade washi tape. Oh, and notice the flower. Baby wipes from the stamp cleaning process! I truly have a hard time throwing away purty things ...
Thanks for looking.
Paper:cardbase Buttinette, CS American Crafts, PP Pink Petticoat
Tools: corner rounder EKS, die Sizzix, flower punch Make Me, butterfly punch Martha Stewart