It’s a new challenge at As You See It! It’s a color challenge to use misty moonlight, copper clay, white, and a neutral.
I needed a retirement card and just got my gone fishing dies so perfect timing! I started by stamping a background from my SU! gorgeous leaves stamp set. I think it’s supposed to be a woodgrain but it is doubling for my water. I used misty moonlight ink after I stamped it off once.
I die cut the bobber three times in white and then once in copper clay (leftover pieces that had been woodgrain embossed). I layered up the bobber and then added the copper clay on the bottom half and for the hook. I stamped my sentiment and then ran it through my twisted rope embossing folder.
After that I layered the white on some black and then on the misty moonlight base. I am super happy with the results and also hope the recipient recognizes the fishing tackle. LOL!
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Supplies: CS: SU! white, basic black, misty moonlight and copper clay. Dies: PTI linen plate. SU! twisted rope and woodgrain embossing folders. SU! gone fishing dies. Inks: SU! misty moonlight. Stamps: SU! gorgeous leaves. PTI keep it simple retirement.