The weather in the northeast has been
:-)from the Tweetie Hoo Puns My Pink Stamper aka Robyn, released last month. They are so much fun when you pair them with some cricut images. They work well too. I did notice they do get stained with the dye inks but not with the pigment inks I have. The stained ones keep performing as well as the non-stained ones; same quality on the stamped phrase. I thought to share this since I see a lot of you buying them and I wanted to share my personal experience with them. So do not get Hoot-errified if they get stained, lol.
Now I will introduce the card I made in this Hot-torrific weather
(Thank You God for providing us with a central AC)
4.25 squared card
I had a 4.25 squared card base already with the patterned paper on that I never got to finish so I made the little owl from Straight from the Nest. I cut him at 2.35 inches using my G and E. I also cut the branch from SFTN at 1.88 inch and put it all together. The owl cardstock is from Bazzill, a nice charcoal color and the wings, belly and leaves from some scrap MME papers I had. I did use Glossy Accents on the eyes and belly twirl but you can't see it on the pic. The branch base is from The Paper Studio kraft cardstock. All the shadow cuts are white from Wausau Linen cardstock and as I said previously, the stamp used for the Hoot-errific is from
Thanks for stopping by and please keep safe in this kind of hot weather.
It already feels like a 100 degrees and it is just 10:30 AM ET.
I still have to go to the gym but I will be back later on.