Friday, July 10, 2020

Stamp What? Noble Deer


Kelly (of the Three Musketeers, Ready Set Go, and Hot Mess Success) came up with a great idea for a series this year and asked Barb (of the same groups) and I to join her. 

You know that stack of stamps you have that you have never used or haven't used in a LONG time and are sitting on a shelf, collecting dust?  It's time for us to take one down off the shelf and use it!  But which one?  The name *Stamp What?* comes from using only STAMPin' Up stamps for this challenge and never knowing WHAT it will be! Even we won't know which one it will be ~ it's chosen at random either by someone for us or by number generator.  (I used a number generator to determine which one to use). Since it's chosen at random, it will be a surprise, even to us!  

Stamp What?!!

I have 24 of the older (wood-mounted) SU stamp sets left after last year's purge. I numbered them and then let a random number generator choose this month's stamp set - Noble Deer, circa 2004. I actually purchased this stamp set second-hand well over a decade ago and have only used it a time or two since then. I've decided this is its last hoorah. I've moved it into my "To Be Sold" stack. It really is a GREAT stamp set and someone should be enjoying it. 


I didn't use my Copic Markers (or even my Karin Markers) to color this image. Instead I opted for my Faber-Castell Polychromo Colored Pencils for a softer look.



Here's the inside of my card:



Be sure to head over to Kelly's blog and Barb's blog to see what stamp sets they used and to admire their creativity.

As always...

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Stamp Set: Stampin' UP! Noble Deer stamped with Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink and colored with  Faber Castell Polychromo Colored Pencils

Papers: Accent Opaque 120# White and SU Wild Wasabi CS and DP from my scrap file

Dies: Rubbernecker Nested Rectangle Stitch and Sizzix Square

Embellishments: Foof-a-La Buttons and Ribbon from an unknown vendor

4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card. I have that stamp as well and have used it several times. I don't think I could part with mine. Every once in a while there will be a background that is a perfect setting for this noble deer. Love your card, Jeanette.

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  2. A stunning card Jeanette - love your colouring and the woodgrain background on this card.
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. I will never part with my Noble Deer!! I love this fabulous card, Jeanette!!

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  4. WOW--such a pretty card. The pencils were perfect for coloring and the layout is sweet.

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