- Stamps: Altenew “ Eid Greetings” and “Ramadan Greetings”
- Inks: distress Inks “Cracked Pistachio” and “Ground Espresso”, Distress Marker “Cracked Pistachio”
Yet another “Anything Goes” challenge for October 28, 2105 over at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday. I had two stamp sets from Altenew that I wanted to try out and I decided to combine them to create a greeting card for our Saudi Arabian friends for the festival of Eid (it’s too late for this year - Eid al-Fitr was July 18 while Eid-al Adha was September 23 - but maybe next year?). I stamped an Arabic calligraphy stamp from the “Eid Greetings” set in “Cracked Pistachio” on ivory and added some visual interest with a mosque image from the “Ramadan Greetings” set. I also stamp two lantern in green from the “Ramadan Greetings” set. I mounted the card on green (a sacred color in Islam) and then again on an ivory pre-folded card.
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Born in New Jersey, I grew up in Southeastern Ohio. Attended university at Bowling Green State University (B.Sci in biological science, 1964), University of Southern California (M. Sci in biological science, 1967) and University of Florida (Ph. D in zoology, 1971).
honored to be asked to be guest designer for Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge, September 2017
for my entry in the Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog Challenge, August 14, 2019 "Let’s Do It Again"
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