Here's the inside:
So, lately I've been using my Distress Inks a lot. This card uses a stencil (that I won at least 3 years ago and never used until now). I know stenciling is a big fad right now, but I rarely jump on the band wagon right off the bat until 5 or 6 months have passed, if ever....or until I remember I have stencils which I won 3 yrs ago which are buried somewhere in a box. *koff* I can't believe I waited this long to break out a stencil on a card. I mean, I'm no stranger to stencils. I've stenciled borders in one of my bathrooms and the upstairs hallway leading down the stairs. (Sounds impressive, huh?)
Picture taken 4 yrs ago with a timer. Note to self - camera timers are useless when trying
to photograph your always moving dog with you. Anyway, you can see the stencil
really well in this picture. Don't mind the crappy, messy floor.
But I digress. Back to the distress inks. I've been slowly building up my stash of these babies, cuz I likes to use them! Mostly for making backgrounds, sometimes for stamping sentiments, or for distressing the edges of panels. It's fun!
Also, I've been using my hoarded butterfly stickers lately. (It's amazing what one finds when one actually looks around in her stash bins!) Not to be left out, the rhinestones sprinkled on my card make a lot of appearances too.
So there you have it. My long winded explanation of my "can't put it down/away" shtuff. So, what have you been using a lot of lately? Why not make a card or project and link it up at Shopping Our Stash? You know you want to! Don't forget to check out what my teammies dreamed up for your viewing pleasure! Thanks for stopping by, now go get your craft on!
Stamps: Unity - Fashionistas: Sabrina
Ink: Ranger DI - Worn Lipstick, Squeezed Lemon, Mowed Lawn; Memento - Tuxedo Black; Versa Mark
CS: Recollections (black); Darice (white)
Accessories: Stencil and rhinestones from my stash; K&Co. - butterfly sticker; Martha Stewart - ribbon loop punch; Stampendous - white EP; heat gun
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik permanent; Glue Dots