Another foot of snow? Really! This has been the longest winter… maybe it is because our Stampin’ Up! incentive trip that usually takes us away from the cold and snow to someplace tropical won’t happen until the end of May on Celebrity Cruise Line to Alaska. While Alaska is not tropical, and the thought of standing on snow again is not a highlight, it truly is Beautiful!
Less than 1% of all demonstrators earn the incentive trip each year.
The Latenight Stampers Color Challenge 113 along with Techno Stampers Monday Lunchtime Sketch 159 (TSSC 159) has taken me out of my winter slump to springtime and flowers. I thought I would share with you the Rock n Roll technique.
ROCK N ROLL
All Supplies Stampin’ Up! Vintage Vogue & Perfect Punches Stamp Set; So Saffron, Certainly Celery, Blushing Bride, Early Espresso colors; 1/2″ circle punch, oval extra large punch and 1/8″ taffeta Certainly Celery ribbon, Tulip Frame & Square Lattice textured embossing folder, Hostess Exclusive Designer Series Paper Pac In-Colors.
Ink stamp in lighter color (here I used Stampin’ Up! Classic Blushing Bride)
Press edges of stamp in a rolling motion on darker ink pad (here I used Stampin’ Up! Classic Early Espresso), being careful not to ink the center of the stamp.
Mary Jo Price-Williams says
Super, this is one of my favorite and most used techniques. Great job with the sketch,your card is beautiful. Thanks so much for playing along!