In particular, this week I was on CAS Island preparing to play in some of the many fun challenges out there. I got so mojo-juiced I not only made a Twofer, I made a mirror Threefer, so let's get started.
I just love that sweet deer. To me he looks like he's thinking, "Mmm. Is that freshly planted flowers I smell?" He doesn't know they are just for looking at. Plus he gets confused when he sees people eating them in restaurants, but he gets in trouble when he does it.
The funny thing is, when I purchased these two cone flower items, I assumed the stamp and die were the same size, but when they came, I discovered the die is about a half inch smaller. That was a dilemnation for me and I stared at them with my head cocked. From the top shelf behind me, I could feel Hammy rolling his eyes. "Make two cards, _______," he said drolly, using an endearment he calls me when I'm being especially kanuckle-headed.
- Less is More: Take 3. (I used three techniques: one die-cut cone flower, one stamped sediment, one embossed background.)
- Simon Says Stamp Monday: Miniature / tiny things. (Wee sediment.)
- Sunday Stamps: Sketch. Congratulations on your 200th challenge! That's fantastic!
As always, thank you for coming by to visit the Playhouse and special thanks to you if you take the time to join as a follower! Please let me know you came by so I can be sure and return the flavor!
Don't forget you've got a coupla more days to play with your balloons and enter Twofer! Please don't be deterred by the clever unconventional entries we've had. You can always use your balloons (and I know you've got 'em) in traditional ways! I'd love to see what you can do!