One side-effect of looking at stamping magazines is a desire to use all sorts of lumpy, bumpy embellishments on cards. Lumpy bumpy stuff is everywhere in the mags. Every. Where.
Generally speaking, I'm happiest with a single layer of card stock and maybe a little bling. But I actually do own lumpy bumpy embellishments. Some I have bought for myself in fits of delusional conspicuous consumption, and some have been given to me by stamping friends who like to laugh diabolically as they pack their generous boxes of goodies to me. Audrie, yes, I'm talking about you.
So here's my lumpy bumpy card using pom-pom trim and lace, sent to me by Audrie. I chose the color combo for my friend Ann, who is back to stamping and blogging now that school is out. She's an English teacher. Love that. And this color combo always makes me think of her.
Can't imagine why.
I don't know when Ann's birthday is, but I'll find out and send her this, probably late since it won't be a surprise at all so what's the point of rushing things?
Anyway, Ann, I'm glad you're back. And happy summer to all the teachers out there. You deserve a break.
stamps: Hero Arts
paper: PTI white, SU tempting turquoise
ink: SU tempting turquoise
accessories: pom-pom trim, lace, Scor-Tape