I was just having one of those days...can't stamp worth a damn. I just hated everything I made. But I was determined to make something out of this mess. I had the idea in my head but it just didn't pan out on paper like I had hoped. I bought a rubber sheet of images at a stamp show in November and although I was madly in love with many of the images I just hadn't figured out how I was going to use them yet. After I added the grass and weeds (or wildflowers) from Gelatin, I decided to make the dragonfly, image from innovativestampcreations.com, perched on one of them. I had a foot hanging off so I drew in some extra grass with a brown Sharpie marker to give him some added support. The grasses are stamped in Versa Magic Gingerbread and Pearlescent Biege and the dragonfly with Perfect Plumeria. Some of the weeds have added shading with a copper Copic marker. I then sponged all around the cream cardstock with the Gingerbread and Beige. The sentiment from Paperbag Studios is stamped in Memories Artprint Brown. I used a Sakura star dust pen to add sparkle to the dragonfly and the dandelions...or puffy flowers as I may refer to them :) Distressed edges, Prima flowers, and a touch of lace finished it off. After all of my frustration with it I was actually pleased with the result. All cardstock is from Die Cuts With a View and Bazzill. Oh, almost forgot...I spritzed the entire cream colored panel with Tattered Angels Vanilla Breeze Glimmer Mist (I love these!). The whole image had an overall sheen that is really pretty irl!