Thursday, March 25, 2021

Throw Back Thursday - Parisian Beauty

 Life IS a Magnificent Adventure! Even when the adventure is just close to home.  I got so far behind this week, after going to a local lake to watch silly people do a Rock Crawl up some almost very steep rock formations!  It was some kind of crazy!  Only in Oklahoma!  No, I know other areas do it also!  We stood at the top of an old abandoned trail and watched from afar. Not too much adventure!  It rather reminded me of riding with my older brothers...just on the way to school!

   I wanted to hurry and attempt to get this card done and posted while it is still Thursday It counts if it is before midnight right?  Seeing the retiring list today made me remember why I wanted to start a TBT blog.  I have stamps that I love! And don't want to part with them. I know that the longer I stay a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, the more I will have to weed out some. That makes me sad just writing it down!

    Parisian Beauty is one of those sets that will live forever in my heart! It gives me an opportunity to be a little artsy fartsy!  I paired it here with the Bird Ballad DSP and the Basic Gray cardstock for the base.  I love to grunge and layer a bright white It looks like it has been cherished and lovingly touched for many decades! 

   I hope that as you look at the "Last Chance" list, that you don't overthink purchasing that set that has caught your eye and your heart.  Creativity is a work of heart and we need to nourish our souls with thing we love.  If you live in the U.S. and don't have an active  demonstrator, I would love to become yours. You can join my email list or just leave me a comment below.  I craft with my heart and would love to share it with you.

I'm Dreamin' of making new lifetime friends . . . You keep Dreamin' too!

Pammie Kay

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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