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Saturday, October 24, 2009

There are just some days...

when nothing seems to go right! That was my day...so I'm posting a project I did some time ago for Sunshine's Stamps. I still love this image - it was the first I'd seen of its kind, and started my love for this stamp company!


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This is Angus Argus, and he's mine! Awhile back, there was a big debate on Splitcoast Stampers about whether digital images should be considered stamps. Stamping is the application of an image to surface. There are many ways an image can be applied to a surface, but to those of us who use them in art, once it's on the paper, it matters very little if it started as rubber, polymer, potato or clay. Rather than replay that argument (with many valid points made from both vantage points), lets focus on the finished projects! Afterall, it's just another tool in a stampers toolbox.

Ok - I'm gonna see if I can improve this day a little. Hope you enjoyed this little look back.

Ta for now, ~ky

6 comments:

  1. Ohhh I sure do love this with the gingham!!! I was online all day but you must have not been feeling well! I hope you have a better day tomorrow! HUGS!!

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  2. Very cute! And I like how you combined the two punches for the sentiment, I'm going to have to try this.

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  3. Oh I just love Angus Argus. He is so sweet on this card. I love looking back and happy to see him up here. The gingham is a great choice for this card. Hope you feel better hon...I am not having a good day either. The difference is I'm not feeling well because I ate junk..just can't eat junk...it kills me every time. So today I suffer. I will learn...prolly! LOL. Hope your day improved hon. {{{hugz}}}

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  4. Cute...red & black are a favorite combo.

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