you can see there are a few different sets, but they're all florals, and they all remind me of my 1970's childhood. in fact, i think as a kid i had sheets (or possibly a bedspread?) very similar to the pink print on the left in this picture, so that's the one on which i decided to base my card:
|patterned paper: k and co, teresa collins; tiny alphas: fancy pants; paper flowers: prima; daisies: martha stewart crafts; flower brads: oriental trading; multi-size pearl bling: eyelet outlet; adhesives: elmers brand gluetape, 3m foamtape|
i'm pleased with this as a pretty good take on the inspiration pieces, but it's a nice usage of stash, as well. i've got a base of older patterned paper acquired at last year's paper crafting garage sale at paper anthology*, sentiment cut from another patterned paper that i *think* i bought for one of my youngest niece's toddler birthdays, some dimensional daisies that... ok, honestly, i cannot remember buying at all, and finally some old school prima "got flowers" blossoms from the elizabethan era!!! but... you know what? i really still like ALL of the elements and i think they look well together. so there! :)
need more inspiration? head on over to SOS and see the gloriousness the DT has cooked up just for you, darlings! ♥
*this year's papercrafting garage sale at paper anthology is being held on august 20th. click the link to check out the store's website for details; i *THINK* there are still spots left for sellers, but call elisabeth to be sure!