The March challenge is brought to you courtesy of William Shakespeare and that indecisive Danish prince Hamlet. When the pompous Polonius asks Hamlet what he's reading, Hamlet replies, "Words, words, words."
Your challenge for March is to use ONLY WORD STAMPS on your card! That means no flowers, no background stamps, no image stamps of any kind. Here's your chance to put those word stamps to good use...obscure quotations, oddly inapplicable words, your favorite words, happy words, sympathetic words, sarcastic words, whatever. As long as the stamp just prints words!
If you really want to use a lot of words all at once...make a word collage!
Now, I'm super-CAS and just put words on plain white card stock, but you should feel free to use any sort of technique to create backgrounds for your word stamps...as long as those techniques don't require actual stamps. For instance, you could ink up a bare acrylic block, spritz it with water, and create a water-color-y block background that way. You could spritz your one-layer card with any one of the variety of spray colors, you could use a brush or sponge to apply color, you could use a stencil and sponge...just NO STAMPS except word stamps.
A Friendly Reminder: This challenge is first and foremost a ONE-LAYER challenge. Please make sure your card doesn't have layers before linking it up. Thanks for observing this rule!
1. Your card must be a single piece of card stock folded in half. No other layers allowed.
2. Use only word stamps...quotations, single words, or sentiments that have no additional images on them. You may create backgrounds for your words as long as those backgrounds don't involve image or background stamps. Remember to keep embellishments to a minimum.
3. Post your card somewhere online and link to it using the InLinkz button below. If you link to your blog, please link to the individual post and not the blog homepage.
4. The most important rule of all...HAVE FUN!