That's the sound my head makes when I gently bang it on my craft table.
Never have more innocent pieces of card stock been ruined in a single day than yesterday in my craft space. It was high tragedy, the murder of those pieces of expensive, white paper.
"Hark! What light through yonder window breaks? Why, it is Diana's full light reflecting off the naked backside of my sweet stamping Mojo, run away! Come back, come back, my sweet Muse! I have need of thee!"
Thud, I say.
Okay, so it's melodrama rather than high tragedy, but you know how I feel. Oh, yes. Every last one of you knows exactly how I feel. Next time you feel this way (and, sadly, there will be a next time), just picture your muse streaking naked away from you in the moonlight, pour a glass of wine, and wait for it to come skulking back.
It'll remember where it's supposed to be eventually.
Today, I murdered a few more pieces of paper but got there in the end thanks to Dumb Luck. Mojo is still off drinking a Mojito without me.
The floral stamp was inked with Memento Danube blue ink, sprayed with Glimmer Mist, and stamped. I repeated with blue sky ink. Fun and easy, up until my bottle clogged.
Does anyone know how to unclog Glimmer Mist bottles?
Thud, thud, thud.
stamps: Clear and Simple Stamps (Kind Deeds), Papertrey (Mega Mixed Messages)
accessories: Glimmer Mist, rhinestones, sharpie (to color rhinestones), dimensionals, sheer ribbon