If these look familiar it's because I've already posted them on Facebook but I don't have anything else to add to the blog, so here they are. Most of my creative energy has been spent on some new bluebonnet stamps which should be available around the first of March because apparently you can never have too many bluebonnet stamps! Let's hope so anyway since the IRS expects a check from me in April and I wouldn't do well in prison - even if it's just tax prison.
I was thinking of the poor U.S. Postal Service when I made these cards. Thanks to faster, cheaper and easier ways to communicate no one sends mail anymore. Ask someone in their twenties how much a stamp costs or if they've ever been to a post office. Heck, they don't even know how to write a check! Oh well... progress. Hopefully you can think of someone who's day would be improved by receiving a hand=stamped card in the mail.
This one looks a little foreboding but I like the monochromatic effect. Armand A. Dillo still sends his friends mail! I stamped the Mail stamp a couple of times and cut out the individual letters. Even though they are kind of small they are all straight cuts so it's pretty easy. The background of both cards was done by stamping the trees and leaves in varying shades and adding some Prismacolor pencil to fill in.
I have no idea for what occasion this would apply but it had to be made. I guess it could also read, "ego-kiss-tic."
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