Happy 4th of July, y'all! I still haven't posted a scrapbook layout for this week, but I discovered I don't have any 4th of July ones in the hopper anyway so this morning I've dressed the kiddo in the most obnoxiously stars and stripes outfit I could put together and we're going to take some pictures today.
In the meantime, I made a card!
And it's as American as apple pie! :) Apparently this is my week to do white card bases and maybe I should have ordered more thick Whisper White cardstock. I run through that pretty fast.
Anyway, I made this for the Retro Rubber Challenge:
I decided to go with the red, white, and blue color combination and the food theme. When am I going to need a card that says "There's no such thing as too much pie"? No idea, but whenever that occasion arises, now I will be prepared. Haha! Anyway, the apples are from the stamp set Perfectly Preserved, which I got in 2012, and that sentiment is from a fall 2014 My Paper Pumpkin kit, so all the stamps are more than a little retro. I used Real Red for the apples, Granny Apple Green for the stems (appropriate, no?), and Pacific Point for the sentiment. I need a Pacific Point ink refill.
I'm off to play with the kiddo until the hubs wakes up, and later today I imagine we're going to be setting off fireworks in the backyard. I'll take pictures! And also, I'm going to make an apple pie. Because reasons.
Cheers, y'all! And happy Independence Day!
Supplies, all SU!
Stamps: Perfectly Preserved, My Paper Pumpkin
Ink: Pacific Point, Granny Apple Green, Real Red
Paper: Thick Whisper White