This was a challenging TLC, Judy, but I got it. Three TH oxides Shaded Lavender, Wilted Violet, and Dusty Concord.
I've had this old, old film strip stamp just waiting for a debut. I cut an additional image so I could figure out the placement of my three color blended base.
Stamped the Pavese quote in the middle and added the SMILe.
It's true, so true...if I ask you what you were doing on June 10th 1989...I doubt you could recall, but it you closed your eyes and thought on a moment...in my case, loving on my now 30yr old, you can bet I'd be smiling! And I bet you would as well!
Thank you for stopping in. I am off to slip this in the mail. He won't remember the moment, but I can make a deposit...
Date: Monday, June 10, 2019 GMT Views: 315
Registered: May 26, 2015 Location: Oregon Posts: 3652
Mon, Jun 10, 2019 @ 3:03 PM
Happy becoming a Mother Day! I just used this stamp two days ago on an envelope when I mailed a DVD of our old 8mm movies to the folks who bought my parents home 19 years ago. As Susie would say, "I digress". Your card is beautifully blended and a great tribute to one of your best creations.
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Tue, Jun 11, 2019 @ 6:17 AM
My boy is a June baby too. June 24, 1985. It was so nice to have a summer baby, being able to get outside and walk. A crying baby is never as loud outside as in. That is a very cool stamp, love your blending. I'm working on mine.
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