Stamp Galore’s “Frame #5, Southwest” and Stamp A Mania’s Navajo Bear are embossed in copper on beige card stock which is secured to lime green card stock with copper eyelets and layered onto a rust colored card. Card by Judy Conklin.
“Easel” and “Thank You!” are stamped on white card stock in brown and the easel is cut out. A rust colored rectangle has been mounted on brown card stock. The easel has been suspended from a heart shaped brad which was placed near the top of the rust rectangle by a tan string and connected to a silver eyelet which has been inserted at the top of the easel. Card by Tammy Dunlap.
“Frame #5, Southwest”, is embossed in copper on Sand Confetti card stock which is then trimmed with deckle scissors. This piece is layered on Astrobright Neptune Blue card stock and four copper eyelets are set at the corners. This is layered on a Rust Confetti card. “Zuni Bear Fetish, Lg.” is embossed in copper and foam mounted on the card as shown. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Native American Dancer #1” is stamped on white card stock, colored with pencils, cut out and attached to a piece of brown handmade paper which has been water torn on the edges. A piece of Urban Metal (gold) paper is layered on black card stock and the stamped piece is then layered on the Urban Metal paper. Eyelets, fiber and beads are attached as shown. The card is made by Wendy Kerr.
“Bold Block – Celestial Bunny” was stamped in blue on vellum and trimmed with deckle scissors leaving enough vellum on both sides so that eyelets could be used to attach the vellum to the card. Strips of three different blue card stock were attached with glue, then the vellum cut-out was secured with eyelets. The saying, “Take time to enjoy the special things in life” was computer generated, trimmed with decorative scissors and layered over a blue piece of card stock cut just a little larger. The edge of the white card stock was edged with a blue marker and layered on dark blue card stock. Card by Judy Conklin.
“Loon Fishing, Lg.” is stamped on white paper and colored with oil color pencils. Crystal Lacquer was applied to a portion of the loon that is under water. Four eyelets were applied which hold the three background papers in place. Although a loon is black and white with a red eye, it is fun to take an “artist’s liberty” and color this image in many different colors. Card by Margaret Wiggin.