OK, onto the Compendium of Curiosity Challenge hosted by the awesome Linda @ StudioL3. If you haven't been playing along, there is plenty of time to mosey on over and give it a try this week! We only have 3 more lessons before we've tried all the techniques in the book. But not to worry, Linda says she has something up her sleeve!
We were instructed to turn to page 59. This week the piece I am showing off was created for my companion book I am creating to go along with the Compendium of Curiosity. And it has nothing to do with the wedding! lol
I also used the technique for a retirement card I made. I didn't take a picture of it because I really didn't care for it all that much (the card). In fact, I even stopped at a store on my way to work to buy a card. Everyone at work thought it was great and that I am too hard on myself, but I disagree. The recipient said she liked it, so I guess in the end that is what matters!
Anyway, following the instructions on page 59 in the Compendium of Curiosity, I created this:
I went with the car, not because I was "copying" Tim, but because I had a couple Karen Foster signs I wanted to use. One said "Retiree Parking" and the other "Retirement Street" which both worked fabulously with the car stamp. In the book Tim says the main image will float over the other images and in this picture the car really looks to be floating, kinda like Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang! lol Guess that means I "achieved" the look!
I was playing around with different color of inks for the background stamp, you know, "test driving" which I liked best for the card. I think I ended up using the brown on the card. I really wished I had "road map" rubber stamp for this, or at least a few more background stamps to choose from. Some day!
For now I say ALOHA! I will post a few pictures when I get home and tell you all about my adventures!
Take care my friends and be safe!
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