I alo hope you are all having a good week. I have been thinking all week about "favourites", favourite colours, favourite techniques, favourite blogs, favourite products, the list is endless.
Anyway, all of this was started when I noticed the theme at my favourite challenge blog Simon Says Stamp And Show which is Favourite Ink
Well I finally came up with an answer, just in the nick of time. From the word go I knew that my favourite Ink without a doubt was Distress Ink. I don't think I ever do a project without using it somewhere and I cannot imagine what crafting would be like without it anymore. But which colour? Well, I think many of us have had the same problem, I've read this over and over again this week, and in the end, like many of you, I couldn't decide on just one, so I chose a colour combination of Blue, Green and Brown, with the emphasis on Peacock Feathers. Ok, but that's not the end of this story, because, like I said, my thoughts kept going to other favourites, and the answer was often the same. Favourite technique? I like many, but I think blending inks and stamping came out top. Favourite product? Same story, but I think at the moment it is embossing folders and stencils (oops, that's two, see how hard this is....) Favourite blog? Impossible, I have tons of favourites, just see how long my bloglist is and I get inspiration from all of them, but the one I want to mention right now, because this project was inspired by her, is Anne Kristine from Anne's Paper Fun.
So there you have it, playing favourites was fun, and I hope you like what I came up with, - another favourite, a giant tag turned into a little folder.
Stamps used were from Artistic Outpost and Indigo Blue, and the colours I used were Peacock Feathers, Wild Honey, Shappy Shutters, Gathered Twigs and a littlebit of Rusty Hinge.
Thanks for visiting and have a creative week!
I am putting this in for Simon Says Stamp and Show