Thank you ladies, Jeanne and Lydia for inspiring challenges this day. I dug up a long forgotten bg created, but no details scribbled on the back as to exactly it came to be! Various hues of pinks though! My response to Earth Day is reusing a portion of this background, finding the bobby-pin in a drawer of the hall bathroom. It was a pin for a blonde! I used embossing powder to make it show better on my background.
Had to use this cute life status sentiment from WoodWare. Razored the edges, added a few more pinky gelatos to the background.
What's your life status? Mine is rushing off...back later!
Date: Friday, April 22, 2022 GMT Views: 262
Registered: February 27, 2007 Location: Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin Posts: 30170
Sat, Apr 23, 2022 @ 5:50 AM
Oh my goodness gracious....creativity at its best. I must get that sentiment. My sister always tells the story of our Grandma Meyer, who disliked any hair not in its proper place and would put a GRAY bobby pin in my sister's quite dark hair. My Dad disliked how I wore my hair in high school and was quite smug about the police officer who gave me my driving test, telling me that my hair on the right side blocked my view, I need to wear a bobby pin so I could see better. Ack. I have to admit, I feel that way about my granddaughters' hair sometimes, but I would never force them to wear a bobby pin. Thanks for the memories, albeit not fun ones. maybe Superglue would work better?!
------------------------------ Jean Bean the Dancing Queen "You can play a shoestring if you're sincere." -John Coltrane