Wednesday, June 17, 2015


The cue card for this weeks CASology is kids.  Two things that immediately sprung to mind were fingerprints and finger painting, so I tried to combine the two in my card.  I inked up some old handprint stamps I have in rainbow colors for the finger painting.  For the finger prints, I stamped the same stamps in Versamark on the grey backgound paper.  Super simple card. The hugs sentiment is from a SSS set.

ETA:  I just remembered this fits in for Work It Wednesday over on the SSS Blog.

ETA: I'm so happy my card was chosen for an Honorable Mention for this weeks CASology!


My youngest son used to literally climb the walls at the end of the hallway which opens up to our kitchen leaving hand and footprints around the six foot mark (at least I didn't have to bend over to wash them off).  He would put a hand and foot on either side, scramble up and stay there until he could scare someone coming around the corner.  For the longest time we ducked going around the corner in case he was there. 

Thanks so Much for Looking!


  1. These rainbow hands are fabulous! Great take on the cue too! I love the way you placed them either side of the sentiment too. Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

  2. Ah, memories! I think I'd still be afraid to round that corner!!! Your rainbow hand prints are so festive ad sweet...I love the subtle prints on the card base, too. Thanks for playing along at CASology this week!

  3. A brilliant take on the cue word, Karen! Your card is gorgeous - love how the rainbows pop against the grey. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!
    I used to climb up our kitchen doorway in exactly the same way! LOL!

  4. Brilliantly creative and sweet!!! Thanks for joining us at CASology, I sure hope that you can join us this week too!!!