The card on the right was made with the stamp that I had on hand. To watch the demonstration by the LaBlanche representative using UTEE and Distress Ink nibs go to this link. http://simonsaysstampblog.blogspot.com/2012/08/lablanche-coloring-technique-video.html
I'm thinking about making several of these cards to send out to David's clients. It's a very European image & has an Old World look that I love. The one detail I'll probably change is to take the Merry Christmas sentiment & cut it with a circle punch layered onto a slightly larger circle. I'm hoping to use up papers that I have on hand for the background.
It's apple season here in New England and I made applesauce this morning & apple butter is simmering in the crockpot. The weather here has been a perfect "10" (70s during the day & cooler at night). I'm enjoying a day off & will be heading up to my scraproom to play with paper, but wanted to share these cards.
Have a wonderful week!