The stamp is by Magenta and I've heat embossed it with Cosmic Shimmer embossing powder in Orange Flame Blaze. BTW did you know the Cosmic Shimmer Blaze range of embossing powders work really well on dark cardstock? I didn't until recently so thought I would share this with you in case you didn't know either!
We are on the flight path to Manston airport and have seen many different aircraft fly over our house including lots of World War 1 & 2 aircraft (in fact DH won't believe me but I am sure I have even seen a Stealth bomber...it so different from any other aircraft it would be difficult to confuse with anything else even though I am no aircraft expert!)). However, this Spitfire clearly wasn't just flying on route to the airport...it looked as though it was putting on it's own display for someone living close to us but we've just had the full benefit!! It is an amazing aircraft and whoever flew it today did an amazing display...swooping, diving, looping and rolling in the sky, and then it signalled it's departure by tilting it's wings from side to side. I hope the person who it was intended for enjoyed it but we really appreciated it too!!
Well, after all that excitement I will be back with something a little more creative when I've cooled down!
EDIT: Thank you so much Aimes, from A Passion for Papertrey who kindly let me know about the latest Papertrey challenge called "Summertime". I've used one of the fab Papertrey sentiments on my card and as my card was based on my summertime flowers I have of course now entered into the challenge!
Oh and today, whilst eating our Sunday dinner outside, a Lancaster bomber flew just over our heads! It seems as though there is a commemorative Battle of Britain airshow today at Folkestone which is quite near to me, hence seeing all these wonderful planes!