Good evening Bloggers, and I'm glad this day is nearly over. I had prep yesterday for a colonoscopy early this morning. If you've ever had this procedure, you'll know just how much FUN it is! I also had the deal where the tube goes down your throat (think it is called EDG- esophagus-Dudodenum-Gastric), but now I'm done for the next 5 yrs - hopefully. Colon cancer is in my family, so I'm extremely careful to be checked on a regular basis. (This is one of my 'Soapbox' issues. PLEASE be careful to do all you can to protect yourselves, because this is one of the easiest of cancers to detect and treat successfully, IF found in time.) Ok, enough of that. We ate a nice breakfast on the way home. Got home, changed clothes, got back under the covers, took a long afternoon sleep. (I don't DO early!). Anyway, here's another class card. The blue in the picture is my scanner bed, with a piece of blue paper laid over top of the card. The card was a precut purple scallop shaped card, black circle overlay. The we stamped the white circle shape (at the bottom only - with the sentiment); masked the stamped bit with post-it notes. Used 2 of the CAC stamps, one in wisteria, one in gray whale using colorbox fluid chalk inks. These inks are lovely for doing this overstamping technique as they stay wet longer, so that it sort of blends together. Creates a lovely effect. Removed the masks, adhered the ribbon just above the sentiment. The birds were stamped on a different piece of white. I needed to trim my scrap towards the bottom, so saved this part until I got home to finish it off. Then I used a S/B circle die that fit the size I needed, cut out the birds. Most everyone else handcut their bird piece in class. I just noticed this one hangs over a bit on the right side...well, it's a prototype anyway! I thought it was a neat card idea. Thanks for looking in. Hope you had a lovely Tuesday.