If you are still with me here are the details for the card. Today's card is based on the sketch below from Card Positioning Systems and the picture challenge below from Embellish Magazine. I picked this stamp image, from A Muse, because I love it and I haven't had the chance to ink it up yet and I've been dying to for the past year. Sorry if that was a run-on sentence for all of you grammar critics out there. :) I colored it with my trusty Copic markers. The sentiment stamp, also from A Muse, matches it so well that I had to use it too (also the first time being inked). You would die if you knew how many stamps I have that are dying to be inked for the first time. I swear I'm not just collecting them. When I buy them I really intend to use them, but then I gravitate toward my faves and forget about them. I am really making a effort to ink up the virgin stamps so they can see some love too, plus then I can validate my purchases to my hubby. :) Back to the card, the only tools I used were my corner rounders. This card was very simple. It only took me maybe 20 min., because of the coloring, and that's quick for the slowest cardmaker in the world (that's me if you hadn't already guessed).
I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving and have time to squeeze in a little creative time for yourselves. Happy Crafting!
all paper, stamps, ink: A Muse Artstamps
small corner rounder punch: EK Success
corner rounder punch: Creative Memories