Not long ago, while at one of my favorite discount stores, I purchased an Opalite stamp pad in Glacier Blue at a relatively cheap price. Upon getting home, I quickly popped it out of it's plastic wrapping, opened it. The pad wasn't blue, glacier or otherwise. It was simply white. I thought I'd wasted my money. I was really looking for a nice light blue. Perhaps it had been mislabeled or was very old. I had bought it at a discount store, after all. I tried stamping something on a sheet of white paper. Nope, that didn't work. Then I looked at the stamp pad closer. What I had purchased was a reflective interference pigment ink that was meant to be used on dark paper. So I got out a sheet of black paper and tried stamping with it again. Lo and behold, this time I could see ink and it did look glacier blue on the black! And I liked it!!! That's what I used to stamped this beautiful image of the Holy Family by Stampers Best.
I'll be entering this Christmas card in the following challenges:
Aud Sentiments Challenge #96 - Christmas
Charisma Cardz Challenge #49 - Anything Goes
Crafter's Cafe Challenge #42 - Make it Sparkle
Word Art Wednesday Challenge #111 - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown Challenge #176 - What Christmas Means to You
Twist of Faith Card Challenge #68 - Nativity