I decided to combine this card with Taos because they are both colorful :)
This is another set that goes with a cardmaking magazine but this one came in a package of goodies I bought at the garage sale at my local stamp store. I had to google Art Nouveau in order to know what colors to use, this is way outside my usual that's for sure but it is good to challenge ourselves I think.
Colored the image with markers, cut it out and then found a die I thought would be nice with it for framing, and matted that on a background to match the colors I used in the image. After I was all done and putting my dies away I found another set that would have been perfect for this so maybe next time :)
Art Nouveau stamp set from cardmaking and papercraft magazine, colored with markers
Shaded with distress ink - Antique linen
Spellbinders- Labels 8 and Exquisite Labels 11
Gems have been colored with marker
After leaving Colorado we drove down to New Mexico and spent the night in Taos New Mexico, we just drove around the city that night and had a Mexican supper since we got in a bit late, but the next morning we headed into town. All the buildings, even the restaurants and people's homes were all in adobe style, it was really neat. The following pictures are of Taos Plaza.
I don't know if you can tell but those are all peppers hanging from up there.
I just had to take a picture of the above sign, I love how they are asked not to throw snowballs, after coming home I had to google thinking they are in the desert how much snow do they get and on average they have 32 inches in a year.
This rose had such a waxy shiny look it almost didn't look real, so pretty.
Thanks so much for stopping by today and I wish you a lovely weekend.