A good bowl of chili is always a great dinner on a raw winter's night, and last night that's just what I did when I came home from work. A way to celebrate the end of the semester at school...a nice big pot of Chili.
I love this book, chili recipes from all 50 states...have been trying chili from various states, but so far the favorite in my house is Massachusetts Chili-could it be since Dave and I were both born there? LOL. But there's some others I have yet to try...last night I did the old standby though-only this time I did it on the stove rather than the crock pot.
My goal is to get through all 50 Chilis...someday.
So today's piece of art us this close up of a card I made on Sunday using this cool Earth Art clear stamp. I stamped the moose and white and colored him in using my Copics and then I cut him out. Before I attached him I rubbed the whole image with some Mango ink to darken it. On green cardstock I stamped some pine trees (Hero Arts) in 2 shades of dark green ink. I die cut the circle (Sizzix) on some lightly polka dotted paper and attached it and then glued down some brown velvet ribbon. Finally I put some pop-dot glue/foam stickies so Mr. Moose would stand up off the card. The saying is from Cats Life Press rubber stamps.