Yesterday's card showed off Papertrey's Life stamp set images in a pastel wildflower field, but today's card portrays a colorful bank where the wild thyme blows...
These images were straight stamped with dye inks...no spritzing.
I added just a touch of azalea to the left of the sentiment because it looked a bit bare over there. Designing a card around a large quotation stamp like that is challenging, but I love how the diagonal not only allows some white space but also makes the flowers look like they might actually be on a bank where wild thyme blows.
*happy Shakespearean sigh*
Do you have a favorite Shakespearean play? Mine is A Midsummer Night's Dream, whence the above quotation comes, although Much Ado about Nothing is a close second. Or maybe The Tempest. Hamlet is always a good one. So is Henry V. I'll understand if you can't pick a favorite (or even if you don't enjoy Shakespeare's plays at all...I'll be sad, but I'll understand).
I just love using the word whence.
Mercy, grace, peace, love, and thyme,
stamps: Papertrey Life, Hero Arts Shakespearean Poetry
ink: various dye inks