YUPO! Thanks Tim for taking it into your product line, it is a new, challenging and fun material to work with. Here is my suggestion for this month and I also had to try this amazing stamp on watercolor paper.
I have used:
Manila tag #8, alcohol ink yupo, black cardstock and stamp set Evolution
Alcohol inks pitch black and mushroom, blending solution
Distress archival black soot and hickory smoke
Distress ink ground espresso, barn door, wild honey and lucky clover
Distress paint salty ocean, broken china, peeled paint and antiqued bronze
Filmstrip ribbon, pen nibs, mini sprocket gears, trinkets pin, ring fasteners, remnant rubs, mirrored stars, adornments, game spinner and alpha parts, linen ribbon, texture hammer and sewing machine
Thank you to Tim and Jennifer from Online Card Classes for receiving the stamp set and grid-blocks in connection with the CC103 course.
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