I set out for my walk at about 6 AM in an atmosphere of absolutely apocalyptic humidity and heat. It was so still, and the world looked positively post-zombie attack.
There wasn't another idiotic soul about. Just me, and my impending heart failure from the jungly heat.
The farther I went, the worse I felt, and the emptier the world got.
Everyone else was clearly already dead of some sort of humidity related illness. I envied them.
Nothing in the swampy town where I grew up and battled the elements with AquaNet had prepared me for today.
When I was done, I truly felt ill and was completely worthless. I had a Frosty for lunch. I am just now feeling human again.
I have an appropriately watery card for you in tribute to my near death experience!
This was one of the cards I made for Virtual Stamp Night. This challenge was to use water on a card. I busted out my new Lawn Fawn stamps and got to work. I also combined this with a tent card challenge - I had never made one of these before!
First, I stamped the clouds in Whisper White craft ink. After the ink dried, it was really too pale, so I thought I'd outline them with my Copic. As I started doing it, I realized the craft ink was resisting the Copic! What a great find! It meant I didn't have to be careful at all.
Inside the card I stamped the little raindrops in Versamark and clear embossed them.
I LOVE the way the raindrops look in clear. I will be using these a lot!
So how's the weather in your part of the world? Not jungly I hope!