|This makes me think I just made a postcard!|
View of Pine Street going to the Pike Place Public Market and Elliott Bay.
Notice the ferries coming in, all lit up!
|Looking to the northwest, I was able to take in the iconic Space Needle, too!|
|And then one last look as the ferries come in closer.|
I love it when I discover a feature on my camera that I didn't know
about, i.e., night scenery! It really does make a difference!
From Outlines Rubber Stamp's website . . . the card is by Jenny Gropp at Outlines. I was especially taken with the snowflake stamp they used because it is so delicately beautiful. Kathy and the rest of the crew at Outlines are so good about using various mediums to use with their rubber stamp images.
|NEW! Holiday Mini Cards|
Lt. Siam Size 7
Smooch: Apple Green
Smooch: Gold Lame
Pearl Pen: Ice White
Pearl Pen: Kiwi
Smooch: Lettuce NEW!
Smooch: Frosted Aqua NEW!
Smooch: Mocha NEW!
NEW! Jillibean Soup: Christmas Eve Chowder
The Ultimate White Glue
Scotch Mounting Tape
Olivine Size 5
Glossy Accents™ by Ranger
There's no man..
Graphic Circle Tree
Christmas Layering Collage
It's always so much fun to use stamps from Outlines. They are so versatile. You can choose whether you want to put a lot of time and effort in making the card, or do a minimal amount of work with the stamp image. Either way, you always end up with a beautiful card that you're proud to share and send to your favorite people!
That's it for tonight . . . off to the chair by the window to do some cutting for Sunday's class. Does anyone think snowflakes are in our immediate future?