This is the second entry for CASology I talked about yesterday … I squeezed a bit more time from the day to work on it … well actually I used up that extra hour we got from putting the clocks back! It’s based around two ideas … the first was to use the word ‘wild’ itself stamped out on the card, and the second was to add words from a pop song from the early 80’s, when I was nothing but a a young thing, lapping up the new romantic music scene! Remember Go Wild in the Country by Bow Wow Wow? It got into the top 10 and the only bit I recall goes ‘go wild, go wild, go wild in the country, the snakes in the grass are absolutely free’ … it seemed appropriate! So, rather than using just one idea, I combined them both and voila, the inspiration for this wild card!
Supplies used: Cardstock: Craft UK, Crafter’s Companion, Doodlebug, Stamp: Penny Black, Ink: Hobbycraft, Colours: Promarkers, Lettering: Above Rubies Studio, Adhesive: Scotch ATG
Moving along, I have some thanks to give out and also a request for a bit of help. I’ve only been in blogworld for a little over a month and in that time have been blown away by the number of visitors, the lovely comments, and the warmth and enthusiasm of all you fellow crafters. Thanks to one in particular, I’ve learned about ‘following’ … how I can do it, how others can follow me, and also a lovely way of welcoming new friends! Not only that, but I also discovered that I had a follower I didn’t know I had! So huge thanks to Darnell at djkardkreations for all the help and advice you’ve freely and generously shared … you’re such a star 🙂
As you can tell from the non-link to Darnell’s blog above, I haven’t yet learned how to do a link … it’s not for the want of trying … it’s got to be there somewhere … I just haven’t found it yet! I’d like to find out so I can welcome my followers by putting links on here to their blogs, and no doubt once I know, I’ll wonder what I ever did without it! I know I’m probably missing something really simple … can anyone point me in the right direction … I’d be really grateful … thanks 🙂
That’s about it for now, back for more later … thanks for visiting … Anita