I went for quick and dirty, as they say. LOL. Distress all the way with a bit of Copic marker detail.
The theme was summer.. I had the idea to pair my new San Francisco stamp with an oldie but goodie, Big Post Card. Wouldn't this be a great post card to send to friends at home while visiting San Francisco during the summer?
The paper was very glossy and I thought I'd use the left over paper to create my card. The distress inks just slid over the paper in mostly smooth and easy swipes of the sponges.
I am adding my card to Virginia's View Challenge (SUMMER CHALLENGE) It's all about color.
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Hero Arts Post Card Stamp - I think it's retired
Distress Inks Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral,peeled paint, and Forest Moss
Copic Markers on the buildings,cable car, trees and grass.
Die Cut - Elizabeth Craft Designs Stitched Rectangles