Thanks for stopping by. I took time out of my crazy schedule to honor my design team commitment for Character Constructions stamps. And I must say that, oh, I just LOVE Character Constructions Stamps!!! I start with a slight idea, and the stamps seem to just morph into a project. They take me on a journey more than I plan how to use them. For the debutante below, I used a plate from the Cirque Collection and mounted her on a box that I covered with a Revolutionary War letter I found and modified from Google image search.
The rhinestone embellishments are bits of vintage Czech glass that I purchased in Port Costa (near San Francisco) last weekend at Wendy Addison's Theatre of Dreams.
This next piece was inspired by a turn of the century award medal and ribbon that
I admired in an antiques mall in the quaint old town of Petaluma.
I used Character Constructions Bird and
Bee Paperie Plate #2 for the image:
I am delighted that these pieces have such an authentic vintage look.
I can't wait to see what other stamps I can use for Fourth of July!
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