A Grunge Inspired Birthday?
On my birthday last month, I spent a couple of days seemingly eating non stop. Meals out, birthday cake, family visiting, more meals out, and so it went on.
But my husband took me to an amazing restaurant on my actual birthday itself. We went to a beautiful little town that I lived in when I first moved to North Wales as a 14 year old. And the restaurant? Well, I can only describe it as unique. A restaurant with bedrooms is how they describe it, but it’s so much more than that. There was a private cinema underground, small rooms to recline in, and the whole restaurant was an art gallery!
There was artwork everywhere of every type and style, but one piece caught my eye. It was strands of wollen yarn in rainbow colours (and rainbow order!) that had been suspended between two pieces of perspex. They were randomly placed, no uniformity at all. I couldn’t take my eyes off it (I apologise to the poor couple sitting below it who probably wondered why I kept sneaking looks in their direction…)
And it inspired this card.
Of course, it’s neither yarn, nor between perspex, but the idea is there.
But the word Inspire? Could only be that, and it came from Loving Thoughts. The first stamp set I bought after joining Stampin’ Up!
I hope you like my simplistic card born out of inspiration on my birthday.
I hope you enjoyed this project, please do use the hostess code to support Pootles! (hostess code shown in the top right of my blog for the current one!)
Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator
If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalogue, please feel free to contact me, and of course you can shop online with Stampin’ Up! UK directly through me by clicking the ‘shop now’ button above. And if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and want to join my team of Pootlers (that’s them over there in the side bar!) I’d most definitely like to hear from you! I have a YouTube channel (over there on the right!) and you can find me by searching PootlesPapercraft, Pootles Paper Craft or Pootles Papercraft! (I like the variety!)