|The view from the living room window|
I am still playing with my acrylic blocks and ink. Found a tiny one today. 2,5cm. An inch. Why would you want a one inch acrylic block? For stamping really small stamps? Really small projects? An inchie stamper!! For making patchwork backgrounds! Ah, yes...
I was wondering how acrylic block stamping and kissing would get on together. In this case kissing is a technique where you ink a stamp and press another stamp against it, known as kissing, to cause a contrast in the ink. I decided to try using the stripes on MFP's Tiger. There he is, in the real. Isn't he gorgeous. And the kissing technique worked really well. Great texture.
I made my patchwork using Wilted Violet, something Lilac and Dusty Concord. The dusty concord didn't make such a good impression, maybe cos it's old and well used and the other two pads are new and juicy.
I decided I needed a wilted violet tiger. And I also inked the edges of the panel and the base card with the same ink.
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