Saturday, 8 October 2016
Kitty Rudolph or Rudolph kitty?
It's ONE layer week over at Less is More and yesterday I found these gorgeous free digistamps over at http://sliekje.blogspot.nl/.
I thought this little guy could be dreaming of being one of Santa's reindeer?
So I had to try and print them on my thinner watercolor paper, It took a few tries as you can see as my laserprinter was making a long stripe I didn't want, not sure how it happened, it's like a dust trail I keep removing but as soon as I print it's back.
Well it's and old laser printer, so...emptied all the black cartridge for this card too cos I tried to print on the back and it came out on the same side, upside down etc...haha.
Anyway it worked in the end on a new piece of paper.
I cut the A4 in half lengthwise to make two topfolding cards.
The bat you see is from another free digi stamp source.
I used Distress inks to watercolor the little guy: rusty hinge, vintage photo, tattered rose, barn door, hickory smoke, mowed lawn.
If I had thought about it, I could have made a custom sentiment and print it in one go, but instead I stamped this Hero arts (classic Christmas borders) with Versafine and the MISTI.
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