As you can probably see from the images below I prefer the Versamagic to play with.
I would love to hear the opinions of others who use white inks and what their preferred one is..... so, if you leave me a comment about your favourite white ink by the 20th of March, 2010 I will put your name in the hat for a random draw for a surprise RAK......
Can you believe it, I have finally caught up on Fab's challenges, if but not for a moment..... LOL!
#8 - Vintage card and/or round focal point.
This is a vintage angel image from Royce Bairs Christmas collection that I purchased last year. I kept the card simple to maintain that focal point.
#9 - Alternative techniques.
When I was living in Canberra in 2006 I watched a lady one night at a Parish craft night making these lovely cards with ribbon. I went out the next day and bought some lovely ribbon to make some myself and it has sat in my stash since then totally untouched. So, for me this is and alternative technique which I have never tried before. Thanks to Cardinspiration.co.uk I found the exact design with instructions to make it. Finally I have made a small dent in the ribbon.Finally I am sharing a layout that I created a few weeks ago now as part of a Scrap Whisper challenge at Home and Scrapped. Now I have revealed it on the site, I can also share it here. It uses the lovely Basic Grey Granola range which at first I was unsure if I liked or not but the more I use it the more I like it. I think this is the third layout I have done using it.
Happy long weekend to the Adelaidians..... Looking forward to a sleep-in Monday morning.