If you have a bit of extra time, and you love Lili of the Valley blog hops (and who doesn't?), there's a fun one going on right now. This time, part of the team is showing how they've used the same new image stamp - a fun new twist for this release! As always, there are fun prizes to be awarded for hopping and leaving comments, so be sure to head on over to the Ideas to Inspire blog to start the Oh-So-Girlie hop using the new "Getting Ready" stamp!
But today's card that I'm sharing with you *is not* part of the blog hop, and has nothing to do with Halloween or the holidays. It's a shabby friendship card with a message of encouragement for someone who might need a little pick-me-up while striving to reach a goal. It features several Lili of the Valley stamps, and of course, papers by LOTV, too...
The larger main sentiment comes from LOTV's Set 61, Quotables/Celebrate set, while the supporting sentiment on the small tag inside the memo pin can be found in Set 29, Vintage Sentiments/Just to Say set. The blue and white dotted paper (and the solid blue you can see peeking out from behind it) can be found in the new Winter Wishes paper pad...
Of course, I had to surround it all with a shabby floral cluster, complete with cheesecloth pieces, flowers, pearls, hemp bow, and other little bits of fun...
Instead of just placing some flowers on the upper corner, I tucked a cluster of rosebuds and leaves behind the top corner of the sentiment block and the stamped postcard piece that's from LOTV's Set 46, Background Bits/Notes set , and added another hemp bow behind one of the rosebuds...
Patterned papers: Winter Wishes collection, NitWit Collections for Lili of the Valley (blue papers);
Country Lady collection, NitWit Collections for Lili of the Valley (tan background paper)
Stamps: LOTV Set 61, Quotables/Celebrate; LOTV Set 29, Vintage Sentiments/Just to Say;
LOTV Set 46, Background Bits/Notes (postcard)
Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; Prima; local craft store Stamens: ChocolateLetters on Etsy ; Wild Orchid Crafts
Pearls: Recollections Tim Holtz Memo pin (embellished)
Miscellaneous: cheesecloth, hemp cording, Stampendous Frantage embossing powder
Thanks so much for popping in for a visit today!