For such a beautiful sunset in October of 2014, there were no other cars out on the road. If this is the "road less traveled", I will gladly go down that road!
***FUN TIP: My Hampton Art wood mounted "distressed" background stamp had a BORDER around the dots on the rubber! How could they call it a background stamp when there is a border?! Solution: Grab your X-Acto knife and carefully cut the rubber part away from the wood then cut off that border. Now you have a flexible, versatile background stamp. :-) ***
I used my Silhouette Portrait and Design Studio to create the flourishes; I cut out a free label from the online store and used it for the title's shape; and I used the black Silhouette Sketch Pen to write the title. I used an alphabet stamp set I had from Hampton Art and uploaded the letters into the design software. (I get tired of re-stamping my words with alphabet stamps, so I put it into Silhouette Design Studio.)
For adhesive, I used a lot of Aleene's Original Tacky Glue. I also used some Ranger Glossy Accents in spots.
Other products used: Liquitex Clear Gesso, Liquitex Basics Acrylic Gesso, Decoart stencil, and PearlEx.