I just can't seem to get my Craft Loft into shape. I can now see the floor for the first time in years. Trouble is - I can't see any of the countertops!
I may have too much stuff! Shhhhh! I'll pretend I didn't actually say that out loud!
I enjoyed using some of my stencils and inks to create this fun birthday card for a much loved science guy. My Glossy Accents feature on his goggles, flasks, test tube and bubbles too. The elements from the periodic table are all relevant to the card. Their atomic numbers represent the recipient's birthdate and age.
We are around midway in our "Anything Goes theme with a Mo Manning image" at Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge. I have used one of Mo's images called Teen Genius. There is a straight haired girl version of this stamp and also curly haired versions of both a boy and a girl, all available from Mo's Digital Pencil. And check out Mo's other sites where there is lots of inspiration from my teamies.
I had this cute little Lawn Fawn science set in my stash with the perfect conical flask stamp so I stamped the envelope and added what I think is a Gina K sentiment to the front too.
I am entering my card into the following challenges:
Simon Says - Monday "Bright Cheerful Colours"
CD Sunday Plus - #58 "Anything Digital Goes"; and
Dare 2B Artzy - "Bright Colours"; and
Passion for Markers #588 "Add a heart" (It's on the envelope in case you can't see it)