Happy Monday, peeps! And it IS a happy Monday---the weather has cleared of that nasty heat and humidity and it IS a beautiful day in SE PA! I have a very quick CAS card for you today; it fulfills the Just Add Ink Letter "P" challenge! For my card, I used some SU thick white cardstock, rounding one edge and stamping two "P" things: a pine tree and the word "peace":
The pine image is one I've had for a long, long time from Flourishes, and I used a little masking technique...actually the very first technique I learned at my very first rubber stamp experience...I think it was with DOTS stamps! Remember them? Anyway, the demonstrator showed us how to stamp trees using a curved piece of paper as a mask, so it looked like they were behind a snowy hill. I was so amazed, and that hooked me on stamping! Anyway, I used Mossy Meadow ink for the trees and Cherry Cobbler for my sentiment (ret. Cornish Heritage Farms), added a little glitter, and it was done! Thanks for popping in today!
I told my dad last week that sunflowers always seemed like the "saddest" flowers, because their heads are so heavy, they have to nod all the time! Well, the ONE sunflower I had, which was almost 7' tall, finally got so heavy that it broke its stem:
To give you an idea of its size, here is Cassidy, walking around and trying to hold it upright!
Enjoy your day!