You are so kind Card Sketch is designed for the card sketch this week at i Love Card Sketches.
The background for the large butterfly is triple-stamped and then cut out with the large butterfly framelit. The Pacific Point front of the butterfly is cut with the large butterfly thinlit and then layered over the background. I added the rhinestones for the body, but I am missing the antennae.
I made the card a week or so ago and just found the tiny antennae stamp on my floor just a few days ago. I found it while I was looking for another small photopolymer stamp that had gone missing.
The question is: How do you keep track of those tiny stamps, especially the photopolymer stamps that are so nice and clear? I am trying to train myself to immediately clean my photopolymer stamps to avoid as much staining as possible, but I don’t always put them away until later. That has led to missing images on more than one occasion. More training is needed because these older eyes have a really hard time finding things that fall to the floor. My worse fear is that they will end up in the trash. Any suggestions for me?
OK – so clean immediately and then store back in the case immediately. That seems such a simple answer, but when I’m on a roll with creating, I hate to stop for such mundane things. C’est la vie.
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