If this wasn't so scary I think I would really have fun with it. My sister told me this is what I do all the time, so I take courage from that comment. Thanks, Melody. I have Cardstock, Paper (music score) corrugated Cardboard, and Wood.
The music score is inked with a brayer, glued onto the crumbcake and run through the Cuttlebug to get a brick wall. The inside of the folder is inked lightly with Ranger Antique Linen.
The flower stem is part of the vintage music and inked a bit darker. I popped up the Victorine Originals flower after sponging it with tissue and added the colored wood petals for leaves.
The corrugated cardboard was left from another project and it fit and I like the looks of the yellow crochet cotton. And DH likes it! :) Life it good.
Date: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 GMT Views: 418
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Wed, Jul 10, 2013 @ 8:58 AM
Those little wooden leaves are sweet, and the blue flower made me smile. You're so good at using corrugated card - I thought of you, even, when I threw some out yesterday :D.
It's not so hot outside, actually, and my attic is a lot worse than the rest of the house. There is good insulation, but upstairs is always hotter, and then there are 3 skylight windows.
I think the max outdoor temperature yesterday was about 80F. Hot by Irish standards :D. C is just back from Portugal where it was about 105, which he said was too hot!!