Sunday, 18 August 2019

Night and Day

I've had this very retro style sun and moon stamp for many, many years, probably since I first started stamping in the 1990s, and I really can't remember  where it came from.


Today I have coloured it with Promarkers and mounted it with foam pads over a background made from a die cut panel inked around the edges and then stamped and heat embossed in silver using a random speckle stamp which is an Anita's one I've had for about 10 years. The sentiment is from a Studio G mini set and is about 5 years old.

I am sharing this with

Allsorts Challenge - Sun, Moon and/or Stars 
Retro Rubber - Anything Goes 

9 comments:

  1. Great card, Jane! I love this image and how you've let it take centre-stage on your card, Jo x

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  2. I like this card a lot. Hugs Mrs A.

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  3. A really lovely background and a great image. Thank you for joining our Sun,Moon,Stars or Baby challenge at Allsorts.

    Kath x

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  4. The random silver speckle stamped background is amazing by itself but even better paired with that retro sun/moon stamp. You're on fire this week! I love the clean layout of this card too. Thanks for joining us with another beauty at Retro Rubber Challenge.

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  5. A really like this card, Jane. What a super image and it looks great against the beautiful background you've created. xx

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  6. A fantastic creation. Love this stamp! Thank you so much for sharing at Allsorts challenge this week!
    Ellibelle's Corner

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  7. This is wonderful. I love the sun/moon stamp, I recall a time in the 90's when these were everywhere. The background really makes it shine. Thanks for joining us again at Retro Rubber. Claire DT

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  8. Great to see you in our gallery again. This stamp is wonderful and you've done a great job with a theme design! Thanks for playing along with our AG challenge at Retro Rubber.

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  9. Love the image and layout of your card.

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