It's Labour Day... no longer the end of summer vacation for me, but I found myself still having the ghost of summers past anxiety this morning. :P Perhaps it's empathy for back-to-school family and friends. Labour Day is also the symbolic end of the summer for many, but I'm hoping it continues for a few more weeks, weather-wise.
In the meantime, I realized I posted the cards my grandkids made for their great-grandmother's birthday, but not my own card!
I combined this beautiful stamp with a music embossing folder -- my mother-in-law is an accomplished musician as well as teaching piano for many years. As so often seems to happen, I didn't seem to have quite the right sentiment, so did this plus the inside ("...the very happiest of birthdays!") on the computer. We helped organize a luncheon for family and friends on the special day; it was very successful, and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.
I going to add this to Simon Says Stamp's current Anything Goes challenge. Enjoy your four-day week!
Supplies: white & Stampin' Up blushing bride & old olive cardstock, Great Impressions rose trio stamp, Versafine onyx black & worn lipstick & peeled paint distress inks, clear embossing powder, Sizzix sheet music embossing folder, Spellbinders oval die, Martha Stewart layered arches border punch, pop-dot tape
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