I hope you've all had a fabulous day, and that you've moving into a most enjoyable evening. I've been on my ownsome this week (my husband is at Biathlon Nationals, returning tomorrow) so I spent part of the day cleaning, part crafting and part afternoon-visiting some of my teacher friends at our guidance counselor's gorgeous home. I'm rather 'socially inept', often preferring to stay home (family visits and bike races, though are all good...), because I'm quite introverted (yes, hard to believe based on my babbly blogs!) and awkward at gatherings. I'm soooo glad I put on my big girl pants and headed over, because I had such a delightful time! Looking back, I've waved off so many social events, but with this one under my belt, who knows...Maybe I'll venture out - with my husband on my arm - to staff functions more often.
Right now, I'm cosy inside, watching the trees outside our patio doors being buffeted around by the wind. Yep...we're under a 'wind warning'. I may be in Kansas by this time tomorrow...
Anyway, enough rambling!
You've likely seen Muse #108's stunning, classy, sunshiny card created by our incredibly talented, sweetheart of sweethearts, Michele Ferguson. Yellow, black, grey, a field of ranunculi, with one spot-light coloured...sheer beauty. Sighhh...See what I mean...gorgeous!
Inspired thusly, here's my take on Michele's card...yellows, a whisper of grey, some black...and the debut of my new STAMPlorations Bold Florals, paired with a W&W cutaway.
I nudged my panel over to the right edge, just to be daring *grin* and as a nod to Michele's perfect panel placement.
Hope I did your card proud, dear friend! I sure LOVE x LOVE yours!
I'm entering this spring-y little creation into:
Cure for the Monday Blues #465~ Rise and Shine
Thanks so much for dropping by; your visit and comments add sparkle to my day!