I wish you all could have seen the get-up my kindergartener wore to school the other day. Let's just say it was already colorful and full of an "interesting" combination of patterns even before she decided to wear an equally colorful (but not the same colors-- tee hee) striped hooded sweater in place of her usual jacket. I started to tell her it clashed, but then I thought better of it. I mean, really, who else can get away with that BUT a cute little girl? Go for it while you can, I say!
So maybe I was channeling her and her crazy outfit when I put together this card. Put on your sunglasses ...
Kind of wild, huh? Oh well, maybe if I can't wear it, my cards can?
I used a delightful set by My Favorite Things called In the Background. It has the wonderful crosshatch background stamp (my green piece), as well as three additional whimsical images - the bird that I used here, as well as an adorable tea kettle, and a super fun flower. The sentiment I used is from a different set, On the Pier. My Favorite Things is sponsoring the sketch this week over at Card Positioning Systems (#139), so of course I wanted to play along. Upload your sketch creation and/or check out all the other entries HERE.
The glittered flowers, and photo corners are all from K&Co's Carolyn Gavin Greenhouse die-cut pack and the diagonal striped and dotted paper is from the coordinating paper line. The pink ricrac is from my stash, and the teal glitter pearls are from My Favorite Things.
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