Today the Lady Commander of Copics, Guardian of Glitter and I made an attempt at the Quest of Unseen Sorrow. We had tried a run at this one a few months back, but were not at a high enough level to beat the monsters. Well thanks to our many crafty quests we've completed, we've since leveled up and feel ready for another go. With my new enchanted sword, Frostbite, I was confident in our success. The Lady Commander thought it prudent to bring along her feline familiar, Ronin, thinking she could use him as a bonus to her attack points. I think he would be more adept at adding miscreant points...
I started this card by cutting out the postage stamp shape using the Art Philosophy cartridge. I then stamped the cute little girl with The Greeting Farm’s “Furever” set and coloured her in using Prismacolor pencils (I did paper piece her jacket and ribbons). I cut the hearts out using the Doodlecharms cartridge and added them around the stamp. The sentiment I stamped using the My Creative Time “Wow! So Many Candles” set.
On the inside I stamped the sentiment using the My Pink Stamper “Birthday Crazy” set and added the hearts from the Unity “Loads of Love” kit.
I stamped the envelope with that circle stamp from Unity...I have named it “Crop Circles” since I have no idea what it’s called as I won it in a grab bag.
This birthday card will share some hugs in the following challenges:
Pile It on Challenge #48: P is for...postage stamp
Having attempted this quest once before, I felt it was inappropriately named, as the sorrow was not unseen, us having already seen it a few months back. Ah well...despite having the trouble maker, Ronin along, we still managed to fell all the evil monsters and claim the loot at the end. Quest complete.
~ Guild Master Crystal ~