Good morning! Hope your day is travelling along splendidly 🙂
I made this card on the weekend and it was one of the better ones I created. It didn’t make me swear quite as much and it didn’t take me an age to finish. The colours came together fairly easily and I was happy with the overall look. It’s kinda got a rustic and old-fashioned vibe. It reminds me of a wooden sign outside a pub (for some reason). I could imagine it being called “The Dusty Pigeon” or “The Pigeon and Twig” or something similarly ye olde English drinking establishment.
I’m assuming it’s a pigeon. Let’s just say it is, for the sake of argument.
The little dried flowers are pretty delicate and will probably disintegrate if the card is handled roughly. I did put extra glue on the backs of them, so they would hopefully survive any manhandling and people prodding and touching them. I do find that, when people are perusing my cards, they tend to want to poke and touch things, or run their fingers over embellishments etc, not to mention the people who just jam the cards back into the pile, with no care or consideration for their delicacy. They should be concerned for MY delicacy! I am very fragile ha ha. Besides, you don’t want the cards to be all dog-eared or bent. I do put them in protective plastic sleeves, but people can be pretty rough.
Anyway, I digress… This card is going to have to stand up to wear and tear, at least until someone has paid for it. Then it can fall apart if it needs to. But hopefully that won’t happen. Be strong little pigeon and hang on to your petals!
I’m being silly today. Which is not unusual, let’s face it. I’m trying not to be a grumpy-guts, which I have been for a little while now, due to one thing and another. Making and creating eases that, A LOT, so I try and do as much of it as I can – if only to make me a more pleasant person to be around.
Thanks for dropping in and listening to my nonsense. It means a lot to me 🙂