|scraps of yellow patterned paper: k and co, pink paislee, doodlebug, crate, glitz, american crafts, studio calico and... nope, i think that's it; watercolor sky made with artist loft paints on strathmore paper; glossy white cardstock: paper accents; chipboard and pleather thickers: american crafts (via miss leslie, ta v much!); deco scissors: michaels; adhesives: elmers brand gluetape, 3m foam tape, sewing machine|
yep, i went with the sun. as a light source --and a metaphor, actually-- it's hard to beat. plus, there are so many fun ways to visualize the sun in a cardmaking context. i've used the patterned paper circle + rays more than once, and i'm sure i'll continue to do so, because i always have little scraps laying around and i always love using them up. in this case i've put them atop a watercolored sky and added my sentiment in a few different types of thickers. not exactly reinventing the wheel, but i like how it came out.
something else i like is seeing what all my lovely SOS teamies will do with any given challenge, and i think you'll enjoy that too, so off you go, darlings! ♥♥♥