Hello. Welcome. June, and here in my corner of Norway the heat wave continues. I'm melting, I'm melting!! The colours for the Rubber Dance challenge this month have me thinking of cool blue lagoons and beaches, although I should think anyone on the beach is doing the gekko dance......... I made a project inspired by our cat doing what cats do.
Looks a bit like our cat. And there have been a few suspicious puddles of feathers around the garden, but I don't complain if it's a mouse!!
I started with a base card from Taylored Expressions in a colour called Cookie Monster. Ooops, that fits the perpetrator perfectly!! I stamped one of the feathers from Rubber Dance Textured Feathers using masks and Dare 2 B Artsy Midnight Blue dye ink. I also edged the card with the midnight blue ink making it extra smudgy here and there. I stamped all over with the words Little Birdie using Taylored Expressions Sugar Cube white ink. It is readable, but has more a textural role. Then I decided it needed a bit more so I added some orange and white splatts!
I stamped, embossed and fussy cut Curious Cat and coloured with distress inks and some white gel pen highlights. I was going to add a sentiment but decided to just let the picture say it's own words!! Might add one later when the occasion arises. Actually, these colours are perfect for a masculine make aren't they!!
The Rubber Dance challenge runs until the end of the month. You can use the colours and/or make a tag. Don't forget if you are shopping at Rubber Dance you can get free worldwide shipping with my code GTFreeShip when you spend over €15!
Hop over to the blog to check out more amazing inspiration from the team and to link up your make. See you there. Hugz
Curious Cat is joining the fun at