Today's card is one that I made especially for a workshop that I had a few weeks ago. My lovely hostess, Michelle, really wanted a a shabby chic kind of card. Now anyone who knows me, knows that my style is more clean, simple and balanced... so the complete opposite lol.
Well I tried my best, I did some research and came up with this little number. Thankfully Michelle and her friends were all very lovely and said how much they loved the card... I think I believe them :-)
I actually used four different stamp sets for this one, but they all seemed to go lovely together.
Isn't the little hummingbird gorgeous. He comes from the set called Elements of style, and he just stamps so beautifully. I have also used the large French Script background stamp. This is my new and favorite stamp set at the moment. I'm really looking forward to using it on my candles this year.
Now I know this one says "Happy Birthday" but I did make another one, in Riding Hood Red and sent it to my Mother In Law for mothers day (Mothers day is the last Sunday in March in the UK). But still to this day she hasn't received it. I have no idea where it's gone and wonder if the postage wasn't enough and maybe it's got held up somewhere... or maybe the postal worker liked it so much, they kept it to send to their own mother!!
So I just wanted to say to Val... Happy Mothers day and so sorry it hasn't arrived yet!!!
Stamps: Elements of style, French Script, Vintage Vogue and Happiest Birthday Wishes - Stampin' Up
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla and Not Quite Navy - Stampin' Up
Ink: Early Espresso, Not Quite Navy and Lucy Limeade - Stampin' Up
Other: Latte pearls - Kasiercraft. Very Vanilla grosgrain ribbon and island indigo bakers twine - Stampin Up. White button - from hubby's shirt!!