Not the "sad" kind, but the kind where blue papers and embellishments are my favorite choice for creating. It has been a little rainy here in North Texas, but that makes for perfect stamping conditions. This little card includes one of my favorite Hero Arts stamps "Musical Walk". The other day while shopping at the local Hobby lobby (No, I didn't buy ANY card making materials) there were several of these in their clearance bin. So if you like this stamp, a great deal might be in your future.
In addition to some beautiful papers and a favorite stamp this card is filled with many little bits and pieces of vintage trims found at a wonderful little booth at the Antique Gallery. Pom pom trim lines the bottom, a bow created with scraps of vintage seam binding and a teeny tiny piece of lace provides a sweet little back ground for the framed blue rose. The mulberry paper flower is from Emma's Paperie. The pearl pins are corsage pins from Michael's. They are pretty and no where near the price of hand made pins, but the impact is just as lovely.
Headers are an architectural elements that have always caught my eye. I even have a "pediment" board on Pintrest. So when I saw Tim Holtz's new Big Die Pediments it seemed like the perfect die for me. Tim Holtz has such a wonderful way of designing products that offer eye catching shapes with embossed details.
What color have you been drawn to this summer?
Have a wonderful day!
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