Here's my take on it:
All the stamping was done with elements from
Skipping Stones' "Everyday Blessings" stamp set.
The die cut circle behind the bird (not the white paper doily) was done by repeatedly stamping and heat embossing the wreath pattern in the stamp set,
and then cutting it out with the
Spellbinders "Blossom" Nestie.
Then I cut another just one size smaller inside the first.
That provided me with the scallop circle that I threaded the ribbon through. Does that make sense? LOL!
If that wasn't confusing enough, I also cut a section of the heat embossed wreath to make a little popped out "nest" for the bird.
This is also the first time I have stamped a
sentiment on ribbon!
Wow, that Staz-On truly works wonderfully for that!
The background paper is Prima.
They make some of the most gorgeous, romantic stacks!
The embossing powder is Stampendous Extra Fine Bark and is my new favorite embossing powder!
Thanks, Jennifer, for enabling my addiction once again! LOL!
Hope you enjoyed this lengthy, however somewhat entertaining, post!
Please leave a comment so I know I'm not out here alone!