I have another card to share that I made for the CAS Mix Up Card Challenge
Stamping, Ghosting and sequins
I stamped the feathers using Versamark Ink - hit it with my heat tool to dry it - then sponged over it with Distress Wilted Violet Ink and the 'ghost' feathers showed up!
There's two more days to get your Ghosting card linked up at CAS Mix Up Card Challenge!.
Friday Night and Saturday - I was at my church fair - selling cards and crafts at one of the tables. Unfortunately, it was rainy off and on both days - but luckily people still came by in dribs and make around $6,000.00 and hopefully this year will be the same - here are a few photos of our wonderful home town church fair!
A shot of our Card table - we made $150.00 at our table - not bad considering we sell the cards for $3.00 each!
We also have a jewelry table - where they sell jewelry donated by parishioners. We have people run to that table as soon as the doors open - hoping someone unknowingly donated a solid gold ring or diamond earrings!
Many people make homemade fudge, caramel popcorn, and chocolate/caramel 'turtles' for the Candy Table.
And in the main hall - we sell bakery bread, home made baked goods, knit goods, we raffle themed gift baskets, have a silent auction for 'nice' donated items and local restaurants donate gift certificates where the highest bidder wins at the end of the fair.
We have a pie social on Friday night and lunch on Saturday downstairs - and have two rooms full of Attic Treasures!
And I had surprise visitors come to keep me company for an hour - my sweet grandnephew Landon and niece Mila! They had fun eating popcorn, and looking through all the interesting junk in the Attic Treasures - they each got to pick out something - Landon got a Halloween Pirate costume and Mila got a little carrier for her doll!
All in all, a lovely day of fellowship and shopping!
Paper: White, True Black - PTI
Ink: Versamark, Ranger Distress Wilted Violet, True Black - PTI
Accessories: sequins (gifted from Loll!)