It was one of those tough days today...the kind where you just want to call a do-over and start the day over again. Starting with the stalled train on the commute this morning, which made me an hour late to work, it just got a bit sillier from there. To pass the time on the train, I scrolled through my photos on my phone and reminisced about the unforgettably awesome Fabrege egg hunt that I participated in this past spring. Then it clicked, and I wanted to make a card for the CAS(E) this Sketch Challenge.
Yes, it's definitely a loose interpretation of the sketch. I though about having the sentiment partially cover the pandas, but they're too cute, and I just couldn't do it. So, I moved my sentiment down.
By the way, the Faberge egg hunt took place all over New York City. Almost 300 eggs, each designed by artists around the world, were hidden throughout the city. The Pandamonium egg was created by artist, Dot Zacharius, who stated that the egg shows the beauty of all moving parts fitting together neatly like a jigsaw puzzle, both in nature and in our lives.
Thanks for looking!
Stamps: Mama Elephant Pandamonium
Inks: Versafine (onyx black)
Dies: Mama Elephant (Confetti, Type It); Lawn Fawn (Stitched Journal Card)