“Scootin’ Bear, Lg.” and “No matter how fast…” are stamped in brown on ivory card stock. Scootin’ bear is colored with pencils. Both are layered on dark brown and rust card stock. Card by Tammy Dunlap.
“Bird on Branch” is stamped on vellum with black Memories and colored on the opposite side with pencils. Only the leaf of this stamp is inked and stamped on three sides to form a border and is colored on the opposite side with pencils. The vellum is placed over white card stock and tied with raffia ribbon. Card by Margaret Wiggin
“Easel”, “Dragonfly, Sm.”, “Three Bunnies, Lg.”, “Three Bunnies, Sm.”, “Two Squirrels, Lg.”, and “One Turtle” were stamped in black Memories on yellow card stock that had been sponged with green and pink leaving the center clear where the easel was stamped. All the animals except the dragonfly were stamped again, cut out and mounted with foam dots. Images were colored with pencils and crystal lacquer was applied to the turtle’s shell. Glitter was applied to the dragonfly’s wings. Puff balls were added to the rabbit’s tails. The card was trimmed with decorative scissors and layered over yellow, brown and white card stock. Card by Thalia Sledge.
“Sunburst, Sm.”, “Return Symbol, Sm.”, and “Return Symbol, Lg.” are stamped in black on tan parchment card stock. “Zuni Bear Fetish, Lg.” is embossed in verdigris, cut out and mounted on the parchment card stock. Lines are drawn between the border images. The parchment card stock was layered on light brown card stock. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Fox in Snow” is stamped on white card stock and colored with pencils, then layered on black, brown, handmade paper, black and white card stock. Card by Mary Connaway who, also, drew the image.
“Uneven Ground/Snowdrifts” is stamped on white card stock with a black Memories stamp pad, sponged with light blue and glitter added. “Birch – Two Straight, Sm.” is stamped repeatedly across card. The grass at the base of the trees is colored green with markers. Masks are created for the birch trees. “Bear on Ledge, Lg.” and “Pine Silhouette” are stamped over the masks which give the appearance that the bear and pine trees are behind the birch trees. Card by Margaret Wiggin.