Uh Oh - scraping in under the wire with this one methinks!
This month Tim has demonstrated two different stamping techniques on his tag, the first being "smudge" stamping (where you deliberately smudge your still wet inked image to give a blurred vintage effect) and the second, using the smudge technique on second generation stamping (re-using your stamp after making the initial impression without re-inking your stamp, to give a softer less intense image - great for backgrounds).
Apologies for my long absence - I've been busy sewing for a Spring craft fair so I haven't been doing much paper crafting lately.
I have managed to complete a couple of projects, so here is the first of two very quick posts, the first being my March Calendar Girl...
March 20th was the first day of spring here in the UK and I wanted to reflect this with my colour palette, so I chose yellow and green to represent the daffodils and primroses coming in to flower in my garden.
I'm still on my quest to do a bit of stash busting this year and have used a Dovecraft chip board frame, some of my miles and miles of ribbon, a couple of random blooms and a wood veneer bird. The stamps are from Studio G.
Better start thinking about my April Girl ... hmmm
We are, as ever, hosted by the amazing Ms Dunnit over at The Stamping Ground - do go there to find out how to play along.
I'm in a bit of a creative slump at the moment, so although there is a lot of stuff on my desk there isn't really much action, but here it is anyway...
I'm working on my March Calendar Girl - a Spring themed tag - not going brilliantly at the moment - but I shall persevere. Hope your desk is more inspiring than mine - let me know you came and I'll pop over later.