Monday, 31 August 2009


This is for Rainbow Lady's latest challenge, to use acetate on a card, and it also fits with this month's challenge of the Joanna Sheen forum, which was to use something old - the Clarity stamp (Irish prayer?) was one of the first Clarity stamps I bought, and is so old it is a delicate shade of yellow now - it has been hidden in a drawer for ages. The asymmetrical gatefold card has been stamped with Elusive Images wild meadow stamps, which have also been used for the acetate which forms the pocket for the book mark and a strip along the other flap. The tag was first brayered with I think waterfall ink pad, then stamped with the wild meadow stamp usinga green ink, then over stamped in black with the prayer.


  1. Love this one Veronica! That's a clever and effective way to use the acetate as a pocket. I love those Wild Meadow stamps too, they're so light and dainty.

    Lesley Xx

  2. I think that's my favourite stamp from that set, it's so delicate, and I love what you've done with it here!
    Chris x

  3. Fabulous idea Veronica and I too love those stamps. Well done and thanks for playing Love Cynthia x

  4. This is just gorgeous Veronica, love that stamp. Looks like you had a fabulous time at Graphicus, your pieces are really great
    Beryl x

  5. This is gorgeous! Beautiful colours and I love the wild meadow stamps. Thanks for your kind comments on my blog x


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