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Thursday, June 6, 2019

IB75 Patina and Honey


Hi folks!  Ah Thursday...almost the end of the week, and time for another Inspired By challenge!  Here is my creation for today's challenge:


And here is Laurel's prompt:


Oooh, this really pulls on my vintage-loving heart-strings!  I pulled out a wreath image from a Darcie's Heart and Home set that looked like the container behind the faucets and stamped it in Stazon on some watercolor paper.  I just bought a set of Arteza watercolor brush pens, so I used a couple of them to color it in.  I stamped the honey image from another Darcie set over top, in Sahara Sand, then die cut it out:


I embellished it with some golden pearls and a little fussy-cut bee whose wings are delicately colored with Wink of Stella...too bad you can't see it here!  My final addition was a couple of little banners at the bottom.  I used an assortment of various print papers from my little 6x6 stash, as well as some gold foil, and used the Try Stampin' On Tuesday sketch 411, which has the option of vintage--yippee!!


I hope you'll play along with our "patina" challenge this week...be sure to check out the DT's creations...you will get a chuckle from Michele's!  You can see them all at the IB blog!

And here is my little busy bee; she has learned how to cut asparagus from the tiny little patch we have in our garden, and Grampy is teaching her how to snap off the ends!  She likes to pick it but she won't eat it!



Thanks for popping in...enjoy your day and be blessed!


Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Beeutiful, Day is Sweet (Darcie's Heart and Home)
Card stock & Papers     Naturals White, Gold Foil, Watercolor, French Flea Market DSP (Photoplay), Lost and Found Oliver (My Mind's Eye)
 Ink Stazon Black, Memento Black, Sahara Sand
Accessories Gold Pearls, Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched Shapes Dies, Banner Dies (Nestabilties), Arteza Watercolor Brush Pens, Wink of Stella

10 comments:

Betty4 said...

Just beautiful. I love all of your creations but I think this is my favorite!

Kampin' Karen said...

You have blessed the socks off me today. Vintage all the way back to my childhood with the asparagus patch and and bees. My father was an apiarist and so was my grandfather. I sold honey from Grandpa's stand when we would go to visit. I would help my father slap our labels on the honey jars and stamp his business name on the labels. I wish I still had that stamp! Little did I know I'd be stamping in my old age! I hated asparagus as a child but I can't live without it now! LOVE your card!

I Card Everyone said...

Your card is as delicious as asparagus - and I LOVE asparagus!!!!! All the vintage beauty you've added is just stunning!
You are too sweet, LeAnne... thanks for the shout out! xx
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Linda Callahan said...

This is gorgeous! Beautiful designs.....beautiful colors!

Heather said...

So gorgeously vintage, LeAnne - love the bee and honey theme! I so love hearing about your garden's doings, too - mine is a joy to me as well. Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

Lisa Elton said...

A vision of vintage loveliness LeAnne! And YUM to the fresh asparagus!

Colleen Begley said...

A really pretty card, Wish I were half as good at vintage:

Donna Scholz said...

GORGEOUS card, LeAnne!!! Love all the details and love you have put into making it! A great interpretation of our Try Stampin on Tuesday sketch!! Thank you for sharing your creative talents with us this week!!! -Donna

Claire Broadwater said...

I love every vintage detail on this GORGEOUS card! Just WOW! I can't begin to express how much I like it! Sure wish I had some of that yummy asparagus from your garden! One of my favorite veggies. XX

AO Creations said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Try Stampin', good luck!!! Amy DT