Wow! Time is going very quickly. It wasn't until I was falling asleep last night that I realized I hadn't done my post for this project yet. My Foods classes are almost done their first modules, I need to write a education grant proposal for my school, and one of the fosters became incredibly ill over the weekend and needed hospitalization (he's home now and recovering beautifully!). I am counting on your grace towards me that I'm late today.
For me, this is going to be a hard card to give up. I love it. It's the image that I absolutely adore. I will be using this image again in very short order.
I can't tell you enough how much I love this paper collection. If you could see my wardrobe and the vast array of greys and muddied colours, you would not be at all surprised. I really love the superimposed image that Heartfelt Creations uses on their pattern paper, and much of it is neutrally patterned to be used for any occasion, from Christmas, to wedding - all from the same collection! The pale green I used for this background would be a perfect example of a paper that would fit for any occasion. Divine!
I adore the way this image turned out. I just don't even know what else to say. It's one of those projects that you look at a few days after it is finished and say, 'I can't believe I did that!!' - but in the very best way! Yup, love this image!
Do head over to the Heartfelt Creations blog for some more inspired work from the rest of the team. And enjoy.
stamps; Sunflower Bouquet (heartfelt creations)
ink; weathered wood, pumice stone distress inks (Ranger), tuxedo black memento ink (tsukineko)
paper; Classic Sunflower Collection Paper (heartfelt creations), coconut swirl, ash, white canvas (bazzill)
accessories; classic squares nest abilities dies (spellbinders), (sunflowers)Y21,23,26,E13,15, (pail) E0, 09, 97, N1, 3, 5, 7, (flowers) BV20, 23, 25, 29,YR12, 14, YG61, 63, 67 (copic markers), grey satin ribbon (stamping’ up!)