Blogger (that's me): Yes, yes I am going to show you more St Patrick's Day cards.
Blog Follower: Really? Why did you not just put all of them in one post?
Blogger: I'm trying to extend the joy of the green, my friend. Plus I was trying to wait until they reached their destinations, but I guess the last two people will just have to act surprised when they open their mail today or tomorrow.
Blog Follower: I'm not sure if you're using "their" correctly. It's not their joint mail, is it?
Blogger: Ok, you got me. I never know what to use in that situation. But at least I know that you go to an isle for vacation and you go to an aisle to get a new thingamabob at Hobby Lobby.
Blog Follower: Well, I never would mistake one of those for the other!
Blogger: And that's why I'm....
|lucky to count you as a friend!|
Blogger: But wasn't it worth it? Do you not see that fabulous retired Kiwi Kiss papers and ribbon going on here? The white embossing? The multiple dies?
Blog Follower: And the white inking!
Blogger: I know-white inking! I told you it was worth it. But should I have corner chomped the top right corner?
Blog Follower: But what if it had not looked good and you already did all the fancy stamping with the PTI vintage labels flourish and all that paper and ribbon adhered?
Blogger: There's the rub, my friend. So I left it as is. Hey, want to see yet another card? If you say yes, I'll tell you a secret afterwards!
Blog Follower: Ooooh, I love secrets!
Blog Follower: Um, seriously? Why are you putting black on a St Patrick's Day card?
Blogger: IT'S HUNTER GREEN.
Blog Follower: Of course it is! That makes more sense. Hey, what ink colors did you use?
Blogger: I think Memento New Sprout. Or maybe SU Certainly Celery. I know the dark is Peeled Paint Distress ink.
Blog Follower: Yeah, even I know it's Peeled Paint Distress Ink. I'm a follower and that's the only thing you've mentioned in the all these St Patrick's Day posts. What's next--a card using Echo Park paper?
Blogger: Uh, way to ruin tomorrow's surprise!
Blog Follower: Oh, was that your secret?
Blogger: No, my secret is that Amuse Art Stamps is having a 50% off EVERYTHING sale with code 50gone! I think they are going to shut down their web presence and focus only on the new Amuse Studio (which will have its ordering website up and running April 1st). Pssst....you didn't hear it from me, but you can get some great deals when you click the "sale" category (at the end of the stamp category listing). We're talking 20 sheets of paper for $2.50! Stamp sets for $2.50!
Blog Follower: Ok, that was a pretty good secret. Do you get anything from that sale since you're a demo?
Blogger: No, I'm just that nice.
Blog Follower: Hey, I have one last question. Are you perhaps wearing sparkley green shamrock antennae right now?
Blogger: You know me too well, Blog Follower. You know me too well.