Leafy Blessings

I have another clean-and-simple card to share with you today. It’s my personal opinion that the Zentangle stamps are so beautiful that you don’t really need to add a lot of extra’s when you create with them. Just look at all the details in this stamped leaf!

The last time I showcased this stamp I used distress inks to watercolor it.  This time I chose to let the design of the leaf  stamped in  distress oxide shine by  keeping it plain.

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2 Responses to Leafy Blessings

  1. Esther, I agree; this leaf stamp has so much solid colored space to it that it doesn’t need coloring in. It’s beautiful. You also reminded me that I have a stash of leaf buttons that I should be using on my fall cards. I love your card and the inside stamp too.

  2. Love the brown and white look to this with the touch of color with the leaf button, that embossing behind is just perfect with this!!

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