Sunday, April 5, 2009

Wild Ginger

Markers were used to color directly onto the Wild Ginger rubber stamp.

The image was stamped on very pale pink card stock. The words were stamped on a separate piece of paper in Adirondack Cranberry and then punched out and edged with coordinating markers.

This was then layered onto coordinating pieces of decorative paper with the edges also inked with marker or Krylon gold.

Editors Note: These are one of my favorite spring wildflowers here in the Northwest. We have both Trilliums and Wild Ginger in our garden, purchased from the annual native plants sale at Tryon Creek Park. CJ

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