This week's Make It Monday Challenge, over at Nichole Heady's Papertrey Ink blog, is being hosted by Betsy Veldman, Rock Star, and she's sharing tips on how to produce a condensation effect on a card and her card is so perfect, so sweet ...
I don't own any glass or vase stamping supplies, so I decided to do condensation on flowers, using my all-time favourite set, Rosie Posie. I'm thinking that I'll have to replace my set one day, that's how used and stained my stamps are. I went for a "flowers after a spring shower" kind of effect, more than "morning dew" ...
I used a light wash of colour for my background and left the rest of the card super simple. It looks a lot like a card I made during PTI's Anniversary celebrations this year, here, but not quite as nice (I love that bouquet card that I had made!). And thank you, Misti. I think I love you.
Cardstock - PTI Stamper's Select White
Stamps - PTI Rosie Posie, Rosie Posie Step 2, Keep It Simple: Birthday
Inks - PTI Smokey Shadow, Sweet Blush, Melon Berry, Berry Sorbet, Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, New Leaf, Pinefeather
Dies - PTI Rosie Posie
Other - Diamond Glaze