Now this is where SCS's own diabolical duo: Stamp Muse and Chimay Blue AKA The Divine Ms. M and her Cat AKA Emily and Pete are celebrating their 20th anniversary of being in cahoots and of (BEING FRIENDS) at Mothermark's Tea Party at during Mardi Gras
at Marty McGraw's House this year! HEY: WHO IS WHO in the picture? I'm still not sure! Which one is Pete?
Anyhow their plans for the trip are to celebrate that 20th anniversary of their strange friendship AND to steal all the confetti in the New Orleans area so it will be under their control and everyone will have to go to them to buy some. You must pay in gorgeous papers cuz M is THE Queen of Paper!
I love how I can make images from Squigglefly any size I want to. For instance the size of the cat here.
Date: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 GMT Views: 539
Registered: June 10, 2007 Location: BC Posts: 44763
Wed, Feb 17, 2010 @ 5:22 PM
As soon as I looked at this card - I knew there was something diabolical and untoward going on........... yes - Chimay Blue - man/ dog/ cat - if memory serves. So............. Our friend the divine Miss M has been living with this - uh - creature - for 20 years of marriage now? With Tahiti Pete as part of the mix? Scandalous I say!
That M seems so classy and kind - but wouldn't you know it - she and Anne Ryan have a lot in common - scandal swirling about them like a hurricane!
Registered: March 11, 2008 Location: Sacramento, California Posts: 39801
Wed, Feb 17, 2010 @ 10:24 PM
Too stinkin funny! Love the story, love the card. Miss M and Tahiti Petey have never looked better. Ahhhhhhhahahaha Awesomecard. TFS :0)
------------------------------ Cathy B aka: Mutnik ....or is it Nutmeg?! I get so confused!
Smile.......people will wonder what you are up to! :0)
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Wed, Feb 17, 2010 @ 11:51 PM
Pay in paper, LOL. Sounds about right :D, and those are some mighty fine papers you've used on this - both the amazing background and particularly the stripy arty one.
Certainly the resizability of digis is the way to go with that sketch, too!!