Happy Sunday, everyone!
You know what Sunday is- MATINEE DAY.
As I went out with the sound designer for much needed drinks after last night's show, I didn't just spring out of bed this morning, ready to do the show. I did somehow manage to drag myself downtown in time- and guess what? Somebody up above must have decided to do me a favor and give me a break- we had the smoothest running performance EVER. It was such a nice break from all the issues and problems that have been attacking us every night! Finally, the drama was onstage, where it belongs!
I'm here, today, to share a card that I made with one of my favorite stamps from Stampotique/Daniel Torrente. I love his stamps!!! They're so fun!
Isn't that cutest little creepy guy?
I used some kraft cardstock, the ever-trusty Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Hobby Lobby's knockoff Tim Holtz style gears. Hobby Lobby's gears are VERY thin and cheap feeling- I'm kind of conflicted, they look kinda cool, but they feel so cheap. But they are very thin and lightweight, so they work well on cards.
I grabbed a few random bits out of my scrap-pile. A piece of Kraft Funday border, a strip of cardstock I'd embossed using the new Stencil embossing folder from Mr. Holtz, a bit of stamped chevron graphic- everything just jumped out of at me and ended up on the card.
Wanna see it? Here it go!
I love that little guy! And these stamps are addictive. I want them ALL.
I colored him with a few Distress Markers. Do you have any yet? They are fantastic!
Alright. I'm out- it's Sunday evening in a few minutes and I need to rest and relax and clear what's left of my foggy mind! Have the best Monday possible, tomorrow!