The Shabby tea room polka dot tea party has a lovely pink and polka dot inspo picture. Check it:
And Monday Mojo had a great sketch which I turned upside down:
And made this:
I opened Traci's Eiffel Tower photograph in Word and changed it to black and white with a pink tint. Isn't the perspective on that picture awesome? So dynamic and powerful, I thought. I grabbed some pretty floral paper from Anna Griffin, dotty biscotti from PTI and cool number graph paper from October Afternoon. The paris label tab is something I printed from the Graphics Fairy and trimmed to a label shape and then adorned with black gems from Want 2 Scrap.
The fancy doodad (how about that for technical terms??) layered from back to front is a glimmer misted white cupcake liner, a crochet doily scrap and a vintage looking button from Michaels. I added a loose bead to the pearl head sewing pin with a dab of glue and the "Be" chipboard piece has been rolling around my desk for far too long now...its seemed a good fit for the majestic Eiffel Tower which has withstood the test of time (it was inaugerated in 1889!) and had no other choice but to just "Be".
Sometimes it is good to just "BE" in the world, isn't it?
Thanks so much for coming by today! Have a great one!