Welcome. Let's have a cup of something and chat for a bit, why don't we? Well, since I'm at the keyboard, I'll chat, and you, my lovely visitor, can comment! How's that? Here's a PSX sunflower (at least I think it's a PSX...as it's an image I stamped up from a borrowed stamp during one of our local Thursday stamp gatherings some while ago). A lot of my buddies have PSX stamps, which closed their business long before I ever thought about getting into rubber stamping. These ladies are so generous to share their stamps - which I do appreciate. I decided this cheery sunflower would make an end-of-summer birthday card that I must get ready. Of course it's colored with copics onto Copic Xpress paper. Diecut with a S/Binder rectangle (and if you should want to know the name, leave a comment; I'll be glad to look it up and edit this post to give exact specifics). As you can see I sponged the outer edges. After I sponged on the outer scallops, I wasn't too sure I liked it...believe it might be more effective to keep all sponging inside. Oh well, when it's done, it's done! I have a few more of these stamped, so when I color another one, I will leave the outer part white. I put some Glossy Accents onto the highlite in the brown centers, used some sparkly Spicas around here & there. Also added some white Viva Decor Pearls in the corners, & on the little flower by the sentiment. Sentiment is from the SU Teeny Tiny Sentiments, used 2 SU punches for the sentiment. The mat is a snippet of green Bazzill left from another project (where I had cut out the inside to save on the layering weight...those pieces come in quite handy!) and the cardbase is craft. Thanks for popping in, and I enjoyed visiting with you. See you later, and have a lovely day. Think I'll wander over to the Playground and see if there's anyone playing...I hear it's wet & windy, but maybe they might enjoy a cup of Keurig's Chocolate Raspberry Truffle. Ummm yummy. These are some fun ladies, you might want to check out Pixie's Playground if you have time, look for the latest playground challenge. Some very talented cardmakers...and so generous with their help & support to a new blogger. Thanks for visiting. See ya later.