Today I have a card put together from my scrap basket.
I found this old watercolor background, made from a long discontinued clear sunflower stamp from Hero Arts. Not sure, but it looks like I inked it up in various warm shades of distress inks, stamped all over the panel, then spritzed it and allowed everything to run together. Here's what it looked like when I unearthed it from my scrap basket.
It was even trimmed down to fit inside an A2 card, allowing a white border! So I glued it onto my white card base, then cut this beautiful floral cover die from white and and stamped my sentiment inside a postage die. The sentiment was attached to the center of the floral panel, and attached the panel to my card - what could be easier?! Added some enamel hearts to the mix and done!
supplies: white cardstock, a watercolor panel, PinkFresh Studio Modern Bloom cover die, Pink & Main/Tammy Tutterow Sent with Love sentiment and Postage die, Doodlebug enamel heart sprinkles
I've had a lull in my creativity lately, but this was a good way to push myself to get started again. I love these happy summer colors, and the sentiment will work for a variety of occasions.
And since today is Father's Day, I'd like to share a couple of pictures of my Daddy. Here he was as a young man.
And again in Florida in his mid-to-late 80's. Maybe riding bikes was one of the reasons he lived to be 95!!
He left us with great memories Miss you, Dad!
As always, thanks for coming by. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!