Here is the full card. You can see the background stamp is a marine map of somewhere and I popped the ships wheel image with pop dots. After spraying white cardstock with assorted Glimmer Mist-and blow drying it afterwards, I Used Versafine Onyx ink for the images and heat set them before adding my copics. The sentiment is from TAC and it says: Abundance is: unexepected treasures (on the inside).
This card below was also made for a challenge on the Stamp Shack. This was a recipe challenge where we were required to use these ingredients: Brads, Ribbon, Stickles and a Tag...After taking the photo, I realized I didn't add the stickles to his belly, the brads and his "spikes" so I added those after... Stamps: TAC, PP: TAC, Tag: Quickcutz, Ink: Memento Black and Colorbox Chalk Blue, Brads: MM, Twill, Recollections.
The final card I'm posting today (below) was also for a challenge at Stamp Shack. We were required to use Distress inks. I used three colors of Ranger Distress ink pads for the background. After inking up the glossy paper, I crinkled the paper up and added a bit more of the blue ink...Which really made the wrinkles pop. I think the background reminds me of those old shutters with the paint just weathered so much. The images are new Poppy stamps. I love the little chunky kids. Also added some star punches with stickles added for sparkle and used my Martha Stewart Loopy border punch to finish it off.
So that's it for now. I'm working on another Ready, Set, Stamp video and that should be posted and live by next weekend.