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The colors for this fortnight's CR84FN Color Challenge are Pink, Peach, and Light Blue and are so very ethereal and angelic and seemed the perfect driving force for this card. Is that not the cutest post carrier you have ever seen, I mean really? I was instantly smitten with this darling cherub from the moment I laid eyes on it. It comes from a small clear stamp set from Crafty Secrets called French Mail. Adore. This card was also made with my latest die crush from Spellbinders. In order not to embarrass myself with how much I love the shape of this die, I will just leave you with the name and a warning that you can absolutely look forward to seeing Spellbinders Grand Labels 23 and all its permutations a heck of a lot more for the foreseeable future, that's for sure. Bliss. Seeing that there is so much love in the air with this card, I had to craft it into a love note. Of course, of course. The stamped chevrons are from a fun background building set from Waltzingmouse Stamps, called Offbeat Backgrounds. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink called Paper Trey. This sentiment only set is so rarely seen across any of the crafty blogs I frequent, which makes me wonder if it looks a lot more garish to others than it does me? I love this set for its quirky font size and nifty use of upper and lower case. I do often wonder why its sightings are a bit like hen's teeth though? And yes, that's my favorite of all time script text stamp from Hero Arts peeking out from behind the postage edged focal image. I've talked you ear off about that one before. Yep, that's the one...again. *wink*
I am off to run a few errands now and hopefully be able to sneak in some crafty time today. Wish me luck. Our beloved craft is such a life force, isn't it? Good stuff. Thank you so much for stopping by. Here's to an inspired day for us all!
ETA: I stumbled across Crafty Secrets 1st Linky Party on their blog and included my card. Perhaps you might like to join in the fun too.