Do you ever wonder if non-stampers "get" our cards? I remember a thread on SCS about someone's friend commenting the cards she sent that had all the "headless women" (aka MFT) on them. I also wonder if people "get" TCP stamps with penguins dressed up as all sorts of characters and then I remember penguins are always appropriate.
The reason I bring this up is the following sympathy card. I stamped with clear embossing powder, then used my new distress inks to get that gorgeous color (yes, I want every color of distress ink--what are some of your must-haves colors?) and embossed the whole panel twice with UTEE. And it looked pretty good. Then I asked DH if I should go ahead with my planned cracked-glass technique and he said yes (I love that my DH knows what I'm talking about when I ask him these things). Anyway, now I'm not sure if it's ventured into stamper's-only territory (remember you can click on the pic to enlarge). As in, will the recipient be asking herself why I sent her a dirty, broken card? You can be honest here, I personally still like it but I'm not sure I would do it again.
This will be my last sentence because I don't want a sentence about "wiping it off" and "staying in the cracks" to be my last sentence of my post. So I guess this one will be my real last last sentence.