Coupled with the fact that I was at "Create 2019" for four days, with a terrible cold/sinus infection, I never got around to it making something until today. What is more, since the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge for March 5 was on the same topic, I was struggling to come up with something new, so was actually considering skipping this challenge altogether.
Then I read todays' weather forecast on my iPad: Lightbulb moment!
I printed out the forecast images for today and tomorrow, matted it on silver mirror card and attached it to a white A2 notecard which I had colored with Distress Oxide Ink ("Stormy Sky"). I located an appropriate sentiment in my "Craft Stamper" magazine freebie file, heat embossed it with WOW! embossing powder ("Opaque British Summer" ... are you seeing the trend toward weather related product?) and die cut it with a stitched oval die. I embellished with some white pearl stickers and...
- Stamps: cover freebie, maker unknown, from a back issue of "Craft Stamper" magazine
- Inks: Versamark; Distress Oxide "Stormy Sky"
- Embossing Powders: WOW! "Opaque British Summer Regular" (WK15R)
- Papers: ParkLane Paperie A2 notecard base in "white"; scraps of white and silver mirror cardstock
- Embellishments: Memory Box pearl stickers, "3mm white"
- Adhesives: iCreate "Easy Tear tape"; GinaK "Connect" glue