I also made some other cards using this kit. Below are the photos.
For this card I used the rainbow stamp and stamped it so it formed a circle. I colored it using sharpies. I found the fine stamped image easiest to color with fine tip points. I used copic markers to color the card above and it was challenging to stay in the lines! I stamped the candles, sentiments and other images with memento die ink. I used a versa mark ink pad and stamped over the double rainbow image and applied clear embossing powder several times to make the image have some dimension and shine. I cut out that circle and then used to die circles to create the yellow frame around the rainbow. I finished off the card with some sequins.
The next card I made was inspired by a video I saw from Kristina Werner. I used glossy accents on the heart rainbow image which is directly stamped on my panel.
The last card was the inspiration for the card I made the video on. It has just a slightly different version of the above card.
I bought a recipe book called the Big Vegan. I have had it for awhile. But today I decided to finally try a recipe. This one is a winner! I love curry and while this isn’t exactly curry it is similar. The recipe describes the dish as Malaysian. The citrus creates a fabulous flavor to the dish. This will join my rotation of favorite recipes! Give it a try.
In a food processor, combine the chile, shallot, ginger, garlic, lemon and lime and zest. Add the paste to a large frying pan.
Add the paste to the frying pan and add the tumeric and ground cloves. Add the potatoes and stir to combine everything. Cover the pan and simmer the potatoes until almost tender. You will need to add water to keep the mixture from sticking to the pan.
Add the carrot and green beans and season with salt and pepper. Cook to your desired tenderness.
Serve the dish with a squeeze of lime and garnish with some sesame seeds.