The background paper is so pretty on it's own, but I added the Paris Postage image to it just because it's one of my favorite images. In fact, I have this image in several sizes! I have the larger, wood mount version that I used here, plus a smaller version that comes as part of the Graphic 45 Curtain Call 2 set.
I stamped the Large Face Frame in brown ink onto pale cream paper and trimmed it out. I have several of these face images also. A long time ago I was doing a lot of work with "photograph" stamps. When I saw this face stamp in the NEW Hampton Art Stamps catalog I was really happy. I always love it when an "old" idea or technique makes a come-back!
If you are drooling over these yummy pearls, they are from Pro 31 Designs! They have the most unbelievable vintage-style items!
The flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. The large flower was cream, but I sprayed it with several colors of Smooch Spritz. It now matches the ribbon (Really Reasonable Ribbon).
Thanks for joining me today!
Hampton Art Stamps:
Diffusion Artistamps: Large Face Frame
Graphic 45: Paris Postage
Ditto Studio G: Dreams Come True
Colorbox Graphic 45 Decades Antiquing Ink: Photogenic, Dark Cashmere
Smooch Spritz: Cashmere, Caramel Latte
Cardstock: Stampin' Up!: Black, Kraft; Neenah: Solar White; Bazzill: Butter Cream
Designer paper: Pink Paislee: London Market Kensington
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon: 1" Satin with Grosgrain Edge Champagne
Pearls: Pro 31 Designs: Pearlized Round Ivory, Round Pearl Sprays Ivory
Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts
Tools: Fiskars Postage Edge Punch; Spellbinders Nestabilities Standard Circles Large and Small Die Templates
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares; Scotch 3M tape; glue