You have a piece of card. A lovely piece of card. One you are reluctant to cut in to. But eventually you give in and use part of it, and carefully store the rest in your bits box.
Every time you are looking through for a piece of card for some other project, it catches your eye. And while it is completely unsuitable for the project you are working on, you think "I really must use that soon, before it starts to get dog eared."
Time passes and it begins to feel like an old friend, always happy to greet you when you are rummaging through your scraps. Until one day you embark upon a project that it would be absolutely PERFECT for. So you dash to your bits box and........ IT'S VANISHED. You turn the box upside down, spread the contents on the floor, frantically search through all your other drawers and boxes, and there simply isn't a trace of it anywhere.
Well, that's what happened to me today while creating my card for the "Less is More" challenge, which this week is a Lucky Dip, taking inspiration from the header. I absolutely KNOW I have a piece of card that is exactly the same shade as the border around the title, but it has gone into hiding!
Anyway, here is my interpretation. The music and flower stamps from Kanban recall the music and flowers in the header, and I thought the swirly thorns of the rose were very reminscent of a treble clef, so I superimposed the rose stamp on the music. I stayed with the music theme for the sentiment, matted onto card which is NOT quite the perfect colour after all! The music words are from a sheet of Beethoven themed stamps I bought to make a card for my son in law, which you can see on my Grape Vine blog
I an entering this into the Week 74 challenge at Less is More
And if I now find that missing piece of card, you'll hear me SCREEEEEAM!!!