Last night another bat got into the house, but my son took care of it by himself. Bat man!!!! He felt very bady that when he hit the bat with a broom he broke or injured the bat's wing. He's in my flower bed right now, and we're hoping he'll recover and fly off once it gets dark. Time will tell.
Apparently August is bat month, and I have heard of many local homes, including a long term care facility, that have had bat visitations.
Back in the craft room making Christmas cards - quite a mental shift.
This card is for the Technostamper sketch challenge here
The card base is Cherry Cobbler card stock layered with Very Vanilla which I inked and embossed with iridescent ice embossing folder. First I brayered Gumball Green ink onto the Lines embossing folder (on the front side). After running it through the Big Shot, I immediately sprinkled Iridescent Ice embossing folder on the inked paper and heat embossed. Here is a close up of this technique:
For the sentiment I wanted to do something different. It was stamped on Whisper White card stock and because I didn't have a punch large enough, I used the Label framelit to cut it.
Stamp: Snow Much Fun
Inks: Black Stazon, SU markers, Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler
Papers: Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Be of Good Cheer designer paper
Accessories: Aqua painter, Blender pen, Mat pack & paper piercer, Labels framelits, Lines embossing folder, Iridescent Ice embossing powder, dimensionals