Playing 365 catch up brings me to Day 107 - So Girly. We must use the word "girl" and make it girly. Hope you count plural "girls" as "Just for Girl" sounds ridiculous! The middle layer is a piece of cardboard sprayed with "an experiment" of glitter and ink and water put into a spray bottle which didn't really work, but looks okay around the edges for its current use.
Stamps: Dress/Purse - Gel-A-Tins, stamp grid - Just For Fun, numbers unknown
Ink: Memories - Black, Pastels - Asstd. Colorbox colors pounced on with Judikins Color Dusters
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I am currently a rubber stamper, paper artist, calligrapher, and sometimes I am a teacher of those. I am also a church organist, world traveller and the only member of the mail art group the Fine Feathered Friends of Flamingoes (FFF of F) that resides in the Pacific Northwest of the United States of America. I am a retired science teacher. I stand on two legs and I am pink only when sunburned. The first flamingoes I saw in the wild were of the species Phoenicopterus ruber ruber (common name, Caribbean Flamingo). I saw these twice on the Galapagos Islands which are in the Pacific Ocean and not in the Caribbean Sea.