Each year on July 7, pasta lovers across the nation celebrate National Macaroni Day.
Made with durum wheat, macaroni is a large variety of dry pasta which typically do not contain eggs. Many people think that it is the short, hollow shapes that makes up macaroni however, it is actually the kind of dough from which the noodles are made. Elbow macaroni is the most common in the United States but macaroni may be straight noodles, curved, shells or etc..
What does this have to do with stamping you might ask…why, it’s a Tuesday Technique that you might not have seen before! Let me show you:
Here’s how I created the background for this little notecard:
So easy! The Stampin’ Spritzer has a few drops of Blackberry Bliss Ink Refill and then alcohol in the barrel up to the top. I spread out the noodles on top of the notecard, gave it a few “spritzes” of ink, and…voila!