Monday, August 9, 2010

Acrylic Emboss - its a little nuts...

Dang it all! I must be nuts!

I was stamping with my friend Jinny (who, I think, has more stuff than me, if that is possible!) and decided to try out her Kitchen Sink Stamps. I shouldn't have picked them up, though -- I went home and placed an order for them. I love the color coded indexes for layering the stamps -- easy peasy!

In any case, a background with the Acrylic Emboss Technique from the August 2010 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter. I love how this background turned out with the wood -- the hardest part of this technique was waiting for the paint to dry!

I hope you enjoy your day!

8 comments:

Sandra said...

it is very nice Pat - need to try that technique - and I am afraid to try those stamps too ... because I know I will want them all!
Sandra

Elaine A said...

Hi Pat -

I love how this came out! And never, ever play with someone who has more goodies than you - LOL! Why, because then you'll want to go out and buy all the things you are missing (as you've discovered)!

Elaine Allen

Ginni said...

Cute card! The background is absolutely perfect for the squirrel. Playing with Kitchen Sink stamps is something I don't dare try, either!! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Michele said...

love this card. the background truly looks like a tree! masterful!

Rose said...

Adorable card and your background is fabu!

Beth Norman said...

Nice card Pat. Your bg matches the squirll (spelling) to perfection.

How is it possible that someone has more supplies that you?

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Luv how this turned out, will have to case this one! lol

Vicki Romaine said...

I keep coming back to this card. It is so neat-the colors and embossing folder are perfect for the nut eater!