If you arrived here from Dawn's blog, you're on the right track. If you are starting here, just keep following the links at the end of each blog post and when you get back here, you've seen all the yummy inspiration there is to see.
This is the set for this month, called Scandinavian Wishes.
Notice the red lines around the images? They can be cut using the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge. How great is that!?!
I've been hanging on to a 6x6 canvas for a while and decided I would use it for this project. Here's what I created:
I used pigment inks to stamp directly on the canvas. The main image was sponged with Ruby, Cocoa and Olive. The sentiment and border was stamped with Cocoa. I loved how the border was exactly the right length to fit on the canvas. In order to stamp in the centre, I placed a block underneath and it worked perfectly. Here's a close up of the centre:
I do have a couple of tips when it comes to stamping with pigment ink on canvas. If you are going to sponge the ink on a stamp, be sure to go back over the first colour again. It dries very quickly. You'll also want to huff a breath on your image before stamping. I helps to re-moisten the ink. I also gave the stamp a lot of pressure when I stamped it, way more than I normally would. I pushed it down on the canvas to sort of encourage it to soak in a bit.
Now, it's time to hop on over to Kathleen's blog and check out what she's made with this fun set.