I had a play today with a new stamp…my first one from The Stampsmith.
Sir Charles  Spencer “Charlie” Chaplin was a comic actor
back in the early 1900’s.
When film was in it’s early development, was black and white
and speechless…where we had to read the subtitles as we watched.
This is where I took my inspiration from for this card.
I have kept the card in black and white and tried to create
an aged, scratchy and vintage feel to it.
I have scratched off some shine from glossy cardstock 
and applied some Black Soot  Distress Ink.
Then I did some overstamping in the new Watering Can Adirondak Ink.
Charlie is stamped in Jet Black ink onto glossy cardstock
(a little messy ~ patience required in abundance for this)
and layered up with some TH filmstrip which I had purchased with
a win I had a little while ago (thanks Terry!)
To finish off I added some distressed bits of tissue tape to parts of the edge.
When I showed my son he laughed…so I guess
Charlie has an ageless appeal.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges ~