Hi everyone! Firstly, I want to thank you all so much for the beautiful comments regarding my SNR publication!!! I am so thankful for each and every one of your visits and kind words :)
I also hope you are enjoying October...Not much longer before the white stuff (which shall remain unnamed) greets us...I am looking forward to the celebrations of the season, as I bid a bittersweet farewell to yet another summer...I have to say, despite the long, drawn-out winters, one of the things I will be looking forward to is a lot more scrappy time!
The winter months always bring about lots of creative time for me and I would always much rather stay cozy with a cup of tea as I craft the day away, instead of braving the chilly, wintery, outdoors...
So here's a big thumbs-up to more blogging, more creating, more time with family and friends and a kick-off to a wonderful winter season! (I know, I know, it's technically still fall, but today's card was inspired by the lovely crisp colors of winter months!)
Today, I want to share a card with you, especially created with a dear friend in mind.
Along with a few other lovely Webster's embellies...Like the beautiful silhouette resin cameo...I mentioned these in a post a little while back...I adore working with these simple embellishments. You can really do so much with them! I added a bit of white paint to the lovely lady in this one, and for my next one, I'm thinking glitter, maybe? What do you think?
I worked in some fabric ribbon from Webster's also...It's the lovely denim-colored scalloped bit just under the stamped ticket...And not to forget a lovely blue sparkler, and a stunning vintage crystal sparkler to top off the bow...
This sentiment is from one of my fave Hero Arts stamp sets...I can't find it online atm...So if you wish to know which one it is, send me a quick message and I'd be happy to fetch the name for you...(I could easily do that at this moment too, but the couch is waaay too comfy and my will power to get up and move is waaay too low :)
Here's another quick close-up of the lacey doily under all the paper layers, and a beautiful butterfly stamped using this set from My Mind's Eye!
I'll leave you with these:
It's been a while since I've scrapped any pictures, and these pics of me and my niece just might get me in the mood!