I really wanted to get something posted for Beate's latest sketch challenge. I thought it was a fun design, but I felt like I had too many choices for a stamp. I didn't know where I wanted to go with the design.
Then I read Allison's "girl" challenge and I knew that I could make a card for both challenges.
The stamped image is the ONLY girl image that I own. (Probably means I need more stamps?!?)
I black embossed her on ivory cardstock, layered her to red cardstock, which was then pop-dotted to the background. The background paper is from a thrift store purchase; a German health book. I still can read some of the german words and found a page about (I think) family health. Die frau was cut with Phoebe from Quickutz.
Supplies: She Knows rubber stamp (Rubber Stampede); black, ivory cardstock (unknown); red cardstock (The Paper Company); bookpage (Herders Gesundheits Buch); embossing ink (Tim Holtz distress ink); black embossing powder (Ranger, Superfine detail); adhesives: Xyron & pop-dots; die cuts: Phoebe (Quickutz).
Thanks again for looking.