The weather here is Wisconsin is screaming fall. I actually broke down yesterday and turned on the furnace as is was approaching mid to low 60s - in the house!! Ready or not, here it comes!
I did lunch and a movie with a friend yesterday. We saw "The 100 Foot Journey". It is about a restaurant owning Indian family. I have a good friend who is from India whose cooking is divine. I left the theater craving some of my favorites that she prepares. She's coming to my envelope punch board class this Thursday and knowing her kind, generous, caring spirit, she'll bring treats - yum! I'd recommend the movie and dinner afterwards at a local Indian restaurant!
Back to stamping. With fall, which is my favorite season, comes the beautiful, rich colors of the harvest, the autumn leaves and this week's PPA challenge. Just realized, curry is a spice used in many Indian dishes - this was destiny!
As I looked at this palette, I thought about my DSP stash - hmm, nothing that speaks to this color combo. I wanted something a bit different than just stamping my own DSP. My eyes kept going to the Back to Black DSP, hmmm and BINGO!
I used a bit of retired Always Artichoke seam binding ribbon to complete the look.
Hope you enjoyed the tip on another way to use your Back to Black DSP.
Until next time, take gentle care,