This card is my take on one done recently by Glenda Waterworth of Chocolate Baroque. Instead of the heron she used I placed the oriental lady in the frame. I bought the frame recently from Chocolate Baroque, and the oriental lady is from a plate purchased last year from The Stamp Man. I forget which shade of Adirondack dye ink I used with the stencil. While the stencil was still in place I gave it a light mist with glimmer mist, so the background has a gentle glimmer that, unfortunately, does not show up in the photo.
I will get back into the habit of taking a note of the stamp plates I use, honest!
I live in a beautiful area of North Wales, up in the hills but not too far from civilisation! We run a busy boarding Cattery. I answer the phone and do a little administration. My passion is paper crafting which I have been doing for the past ten years or so. I love getting inky and messy with paints. Nothing better than starting with a clean sheet of card and creating everything yourself. I like to keep my hands busy so when not paper crafting I also knit, crochet, sew, make jewellery, in fact anything that keeps my hands busy. I also enjoy reading.