|Card by Heidi Van Laar, Card Style 2010|
Heidi used wood paper for a natural feel to this wonderful wedding card, and wow is it lovely! I decided to use her idea of tumbling hydrangea blossoms for a mother's day card because YES, I HAVE THIS EXACT PUNCH and ohmygosh it's fabulous. It's not often I stick so close to the original inspiration piece, but in this case, it wouldn't pay to mess with success.
My mom's favorite color is blue, so I chose my colors accordingly.
This will be mailed in a box with a gift, so no worries about those big pearls or the curled blossoms. I'm going to put it in a larger envelope so it's not totally flattened when she takes it out.
Thanks, Heidi! Your card from five years ago is still inspiring!!!!
(Note: Heidi's blog is closed, so I'm not sure she's still stamping. She does have a Pinterest page. Does anyone know if she's still designing?)
stamps: Clearly Besotted
ink: Memento Luxe
paper: Papertrey white, some SU shade of blue, I think
accessories: half pearls, Martha Stewart Hydrangea punch, glue pen, butter knife to curl petals, corner rounder