I've been a crafter it seems forever from when I was a little girl learning how to knit and crochet with my grandmother and my aunt; sitting under a quilting loom threading needles for Gram and the ladies at church; learning to sew, quilt, doll sculpting, counted cross stitch and now onto paper piecings with cards and lay-outs!!!! I guess you could say I'm a well-rounded gal in more ways than one!!! LOL
Happy Thursday my friends - I'm sew glad you came to see my I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose for July 19, 2012.
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This is what I did with Sketch #30 for July 19, 2012:
Now, how beautiful is that?? (My mother always told me self-praise stinks, no wonder I have that low self-esteem!) Ok, I think it is and love the vintage look that I was able to achieve! Through a Google search, I found a group of what I want to call Vintage Elegant Ladies that work phenomenal with Daisy's Sketches. I used my two most very most favorite stacks of DCWV for my card, The Heirloom Stack and Linen and Lace, a tulle bow, flower made by using one of my Cricut Cartridges but I can't remember which one, ivory cluny lace from my dear friend, Edwina Brown, from a lace swap and my tickets were stamped on vintage newsprint paper.