Friday, January 5, 2018

Birthday with Materialized Color on the 49th Vibration

If you've never seen the movie A Mighty Wind, fix that ASAP. It's a hysterical mockumentary of folk musicians that has so many good quotations in it.

At one point, a character named Terry Bohner shares his understanding of his wacky religion:

This is not an occult science. This is not one of those crazy systems of divination and astrology. That stuff's hooey, and you've got to have a screw loose to go in for that sort of thing. Our beliefs are fairly commonplace and simple to understand. Humankind is simply materialized color operating on the 49th vibration. You would make that conclusion walking down the street or going to the store.

Today's card reminded me of that scene. This card is materialized color operating on the 49th vibration. 

These colors come from a Kaleidacolor pad called Spectrum. The purple didn't photograph well, although it looks great in real life. That green, however, is my favorite bright and happy and alive! It contrasts perfectly with the dark purple and blue for an awesome feel of energy and good wishes!

This card is perfectly bling or dimensional elements at all. But it has fabulous color, clean design, and lots of movement and energy. If you can get those elements right, dimension becomes unnecessary. 

And I leave you with this almost poetic quote from folk hero (and heavily medicated) Mitch Cohen in A Mighty Wind:

I feel ready for whatever the experience is that we will... take with us after the show. I'm sure it will be... an adventure... a voyage on this... magnificent vessel... into unchartered waters! What if we see sailfish... jumping... and flying across the magnificent orb of a setting sun?

Watch the movie. Mitch is hysterical. 

Mercy, grace, peace, love, and much-needed comedy,

stamps: Papertrey Good Times
ink: Kaleidacolor spectrum
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: none


  1. Love your Christmas colors on this card. When you get a chance, I, and doubtless others, would love to learn how you use the separate/discrete colors on a Kaleidacolor pad. Thank you for sharing!


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