It was hard to get a picture without the glare but I think you can see everything. I went to A. C. Moore and they had EVERYTHING in the store on sale for 40 % off and sometimes more than that. So of course more ended up in my basket than I had originally intended. The items that I am most excited about are the "Typewriter" stamps. I bought upper and lower case and can't wait to use them. (the butterfly on the package is one that I stamped on vellum and colored with markers and perfect pearls.) I added a couple new colors of acrylic paint in the hopes that I will pull out the gelli plate to make some prints. I added Tim Holtz "Autumn Gatherings" die, a "thing a ma.jig (I've wanted one of these for a while now) and I bought several stamps to add to my collection.
I can't wait to spend some good crafting time with all my new stash. In the mean time here are a few pages that I worked on but haven't posted yet.
I did this page a while ago. I love the stampotique stamps. I used the gold varigated flakes and a heat glue medium for the angel wings. I stamped the girl on a separate piece of paper, colored her with markers, cut her out, stamped the image on the page and glued the cutout over the stamped image. The circles were done with inka gold (in red) through a stencil and then embellished with a black Pitt pen and a white Signo pen. The angel was left unfinished for quite a while. It took me a while to be inspired before I created the "creeper". This page started as a waste page. I used it to clean my stencils or stamps. After looking at it and wondering what to do with the page, it came to me that the angel needed an admirer. So I used the same methods to create "creeper" Then stamped the words and embellished with the white Signo pen.
I used this Hummingbird stamp to create the next page.
I stamped the image on the page and then went about doodling. I colored it using glitter pens. You can see the glitter a little better when you enlarge the picture.
This is a close up of the bird to give a better view of the shiny glitterness!
This is the most recent page and commemorates a road trip that I took with my sister. We were "trying" to get home from Marion, Illinois and ended up going the wrong direction. We had directions from mapquest and two GPS's and we were still, going very fast in the wrong direction. The nice police officer did not give us a ticket AND pointed us in the right direction. I can't wait for the next opportunity to be on the road with my sister again.....never a dull moment.