Happy weekend everyone!
You might have noticed some changes to my blog over the past few days. At the end of July, my design team term finished with Shimmerz. I will not be posting as many Shimmerz projects, but you can click on 'Shimmerz Projects' in the sidebar categories section for plenty of shimmering inspiration. I will now have more time to devote to my other commitments - my Stampin' Up! customers, Gingersnap Creations and having some good old stamping fun!
Enough of that, it's time to share another sweet & simple card with you. This one is a little different, but it does reflect my split stamping personality.
Some days I love to make cards like this:
And other days, I like to create projects like this (which are the kind you'll find on Gingersnap Creations):
Most days I find it hard to combine my love of vintage with my love of clean lines and white space. This card is an attempt to do just that. At the center of the main panel is a rusty old key that is embellished with a rhinestone and ribbon. The key is adhered to a chipboard heart covered with a scrap from an old dictionary and all this is mounted onto a silver paint chip from the hardware store.
Enjoy what's left of your weekend and please visit again soon!