Wacky Wednesday #21 challenged you to use a circle or circles on your card. Braving a un- airconditioned craft room with temperatures reaching 102 degrees F today outside in western Oregon I decided on multiple circles and I used some of my cool new tree inchie stamps from Rubbernecker that are circle trees. I left the card blank for now so I can have something ready for any occasion. Hope where ever you are it is cooler than here! It is so bloomin' hot the cable TV has gone off. We aren't used to this here!
Ink: Marvy Markers
Cardstock: White glossy- Xerox, brown dotted - BoBunny, green- WorldWin
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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.