Flight of Indifferent electronics (Sparkle N Sprinkle November)
Ever had one of those days when you scanner doesn't want to play nice and you can't find a camera cord to save your life? So here is my entry in the Sparkle and Sprinkle November Sketch Challenge that was finally scanned 51 minutes after the entry deadline. The Sparkle n Sprinkle stamps I used came from Set 418 Nesties Ornaments and I also used G1033 Lacy Lilac Glitter. The ornaments were colored with Copic markers BV00, BV02 and BV04. The sparkle ribbon is from Michael's Celebrate it collection and the star jewel from Darice. I also used a McGill tag punch. I stamped with Memento Elderberry ink. Papers were in my stash. Next month I should not wait until the final day.
The photos, the card designs, the text, the whole shebang, is all the creative property of "NWFlamingo". Everything is shared for personal/inspirational use and non-commercial applications. That means you can't copy it for classes or contests too. Thanks for understanding!
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.