Exciting news today; I was promoted to supervisor in my unit at the Post Office. I don't know whether to be happy or scared because this is a step in another direction. I had been a Union officer for sixteen years, but now am crossing the line to the other side.
Talk about a step in another direction, this card is not my usual fare either. Compared to the card I made a few days ago found here, it is a bit grungy. Lola die-cut this Eiffel tower in white for me that I didn't use on for my earlier card.
Once I distress inked it - sort of old, rusty metal, I drew criss-cross lines by hand. Then I found this gold patterned paper to use for the bottom half of the card. The top part is a cream paper stamped with the SU French word background in Creamy Caramel. The leaves overhanging are the stamp from SU Thoughts & Prayers again stamped with Mellow Moss.
The skunk, are you thinking Pepe le Pew, was probably the first stamp I purchased years ago from Dots (Close to My Heart). The birds are a NBUS die by Memory Box that I received as a gift recently. The sentiment is another gift and from the Hero Arts Paris set. A few well-placed black gems finished the card. All is mounted on a Mellow Moss card with black trim.
I am linking this at the Paper Players Tic-Tac-Toe challenge 247 since I have the bottom line: die-cut, pattern paper, and shade of yellow (gold). There is a little blue and a tiny flower, too.
A warm welcome to my thirteenth follower, Therese. Thank you for visiting... or "merci de m'avoir rendu visite".