Do you always have a firm plan when you sit down to make a card? I usually have a fairly strong idea, but sometimes I just start playing with some fun products --like Rubbermoon's fab and funky Gustav Inspired and Eccentric Concentrics stamps-- from The Ink Pad, and things just sort of evolve organically.
I found a leftover Distress Oxide Ink-blended panel which combined Speckled Egg, Mermaid Lagoon and Dusty Concord, and that's what started me off. I used my MISTI to stamp repeatedly all over the panel with both stamps, repositioning each time, to create one cohesive design.
When it was thoroughly dry, I added various sizes of dots using the Posca Tip Variety Pen Set in White, for extra movement and contrast. Then I added a sentiment from Dyan Reavley's Dylusions Bigger Back Chat set in white, and added the completed panel to a card made from Distress Woodgrain Cardstock.
I can't wait to get my newly-arrived Rustic Wilderness Distress Ink, and try this idea again... maybe with gold doodles and a kraft card, instead of white and black accents?
loves a new ink color!