Playing along with CASology today. I LOVE CASology. If memory serves, and I'm too lazy to check for certain, the first Cue Card they had was "sun." Right before I was leaving to visit family 'up north', I discovered this new challenge blog was about to start up, and then part of me didn't want to go. But I did, and heavens to Betsy, wouldn't you just know that my sister actually had a computer AND the internet!!! (being sassy here...) CASology is always interesting, and has a great DT; I play as often as I can. This week, the Cue Card is "dot". Had a ping, but it didn't translate well to paper. That one's in the recycle bin. Another ping ponged around my brain. This time is almost worked... With a little tweaking, it became something sweet. At least, I think it's sweet, and am hoping someone else will think so too! (Most likely one of the little grandbabes) On my desk was a 3x3 scrap of white cardstock. And a bunch of die cut hearts from the "oh-pooh-this-looks-like-doo-doo-card". Two different sized hearts were laying on that scrap, overlapping each other. That's when the ping ponged (can you tell I'm entertaining my own darn self with that phrase?, sorry). Anyway... after using ONE stamp from Fresh Cut Florals and using a variety of inks around the two hearts, I came up with this card. Only it didn't look right. Ardyth makes square cards, and I thought, "hey, her cards always look great, so I'm giving this a shot!" Hence a bitty bit out of my comfort zone. It measures 3.75 x 3.75, and the fold is on the top.
Another Neenah white base, only smaller than my normal sized cards. A scrap of black to frame the dotty panel, and a sentiment stamp from Avocado Arts. I traced around the heart masks with an AC pen. EZPZ, though cleaning off that itty bitty stamp between ink-ups was a pain! And now I'll stop. Happy dances everyone.