Stamps Galore’s “Zuni Pot, Sm.” is the pot on the right that is used in this card. The other stamps are “Blue Pot” – Milltown Obsessions and “Happy Birthday” – Annette Allan Watkins. Background is tie dye technique. Card by Vi Fisher.
“Narrow Butte, Sm.” and “Kneeling Nun, Sm.” (retired stamp, email for availability) were stamped on cinnamon colored card stock and colored with chalks. The sky was chalked also and the card was sprayed with a sealer. “Prickly Pear, Med.” was stamped three times on glossy white card stock, colored with pencils, cut out and mounted with double stick tape at three levels so as to be in front of the Kneeling Nun stamp giving depth perception. On brown card stock, two “Zuni Pot, Lg.” and two “Zuni Pot, Sm.” are stamped and embossed with Desert Sand embossing powder, cut out and mounted on foam dots at the lower part of the card. The card is cut with deckle scissors and layered on yellow card stock cut with deckle scissors, then layered on black card stock. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
Tan confetti card stock is edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen and layered on red and green card stock. “Zuni Pot, Sm.” is stamped with a black Memories pad, cut out and set aside. “Christmas Cactus” is stamped on green construction paper using a forest green dye ink pad and cut out. The Christmas lights are colored with markers. The cactus is inserted into a slit which is cut into the “Zuni Pot” and both are foam mounted on the card so as to overlap the red layer at the top of the card. “Merry Christmas with Holly” is stamped in black on a piece of tan confetti card and the ivy is colored with green and red markers. This piece is edged with the gold pen, layered on a red piece of card stock and glued to the card overlapping two red layered edges. “Road Runner with Christmas Hat” is stamped in black on light grey confetti card stock, colored darker grey, orange, red and white. This piece is edged with red and the gold Krylon Leafing pen, then mounted with foam as shown. The finished size of this card is 6 1/4″ x 5″. Card by Vi Fisher and Margaret Wiggin.