Fathom Calmsea

Blog Candy Alert! It’s the last day! Become a follower of my blog and you could win some of my cards! For two lucky winners, I have a small package of my cards that will be mailed out to you! Anyone can join, anywhere in the world. 🙂 I set aside a variety of cards… include some that aren’t on this blog! You have until tonight at 11pm EST to officially “Follow” my blog and two winners will be announced on tomorrow.


Updated: Speaking of Blog Candy, the artist of this Fathom Calmsea stamp, Amy, has reached a milestone of 1000 sheets of paper! Since she started making cards for her blog, she kept track of the different papers by setting aside a square of each. I think it’s cool that it’s been sorted by color – that’s something I would do. She has some really beautiful cards on her blog and is one of my sources of inspiration!

Main Stamp: Sweet November Fathom Calmsea (CCD)
Patterned Paper: unknown scraps
Copic Colors:
-skin: E11, E13, E15, E7, R08
-hair: W4, W6, W8, W10
-other: W4, W6, W8, W10, BG09, BG18, YG45, G21, YG03, YG13, YR20, YR21, YR23, YR12

Did you know? A paternoster lift, or cyclic elevator, consists of a chain of open compartments that move slowly in a vertical loop inside a building without stopping. Compartments were usually designed for two passengers who would step in or out at any floor they like. They were first built in 1884 and can still be found in many countries, including Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and the UK.

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