Hi everyone! It's Friday, yay! It is also MARCH, how did that happen, and it's time for another As You See It challenge, and it's a sketch! Check it out:
I am enamored with this beautiful Botanical Butterfly DSP, all the designs coordinate so nicely together! I simply cut some rectangles, matted them in matching colors and then cut out one of the large butterflies to embellish my card today:
The butterfly was mounted on a stitched oval, on which I added some sequins, then I added a Paper Pumpkin sentiment stamped in Grapefruit Grove:
I took some of the Gingham Gala ribbon and zapped it with my heat tool to make it crinkly, then mounted everything on a Whisper White card base that was embossed with the Elegant Lines (ret) emobssing folder! So easy! This sketch is a great way to use up smaller pieces of DSP...I am sure you have plenty of those lying around! Be sure to share your pretty creation with us at the As You See It blog!
I was on Facebook a couple of days ago and an elementary school friend posted this picture:
I thought to myself, "Wow, those little girls have short skirts on for Conestoga Wagon times"....then I looked a little closer and I thought, "Wait a minute...I think that's ME!" And sure enough, it was me, and my best friend Lynne from elementary school. We were visiting Landis Valley Museum , I think it was probably in 1964 or 1965!! I didn't have my braces yet, and my dress had a crinoline under it! Can you imagine girls these days, all dressed up like this to visit a farm museum! But that's what we did back in the day! What a fun walk down memory lane! Enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Paper Pumpkin (ret)|
|Card stock & Papers||Whisper White, Balmy Blue, Grapefruit Grove, Botanical Butterfly DSP|
|Accessories||Gala Gingham Ribbon (ret), Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh), Dimensionals|
|Tools||Big Shot, Stitched Shapes Framelits, Rectangle Stitched Framelits, Elegant Lines Embossing Folder, Heat Tool|