Every time I see pink + orange I think "hippy"and Laugh-In. And Peter Max posters. Never heard of Laugh-In and the famous Joke Wall? Check it out here. Never heard of Peter Max? You can check out his work here. NOW you'll understand where my brain was, and hopefully the rest of this post.
So when I saw the Play Date Cafe Challenge:
It all started when I thought I could stamp Melon Mambo polka dots on orange card stock. Not. So I dug out my pack of Sweet and Sour Specialty papers (retired) and found some pre-cut pieces of DSP with Rose Red layers. Not exactly Melon Mambo, but I'm okay being inspired by the challenge.
In addition to this challenge, I thought I'd try one of the techniques from the Online Classes: A Cut Above, where we learned how to partially cut with a die and extend it. To this end, I grabbed a set of MFT dies:
So, for the uninitiated, the title of my post refers to the closing segment of each Laugh-In show. If I could find it in a clip, I would share it, but alas, you'll just have to believe me that this line was famous. Very famous.
Dan Rowan: Just say good night, Dick.
Dick Martin: Good night, Dick.
Thanks for suffering through my trip down memory lane, and thanks for stopping by!
PS: Don't forget to comment on my Blogiversary post if you'd like to win some of my loot.