I recently received some very cool paper from Sweet Red Clover. I used her paper to make this page. I thought it was only right to name the street after her.
This page begins my journey into using my stickers that I've been hording for years. The numbers and letters are from several different sets. The trees are a gelli print that was cut using the Tim Holtz Bird Branch die. Two of the window on the left house open. That was fun to do. You might be asking why some of the letters are crooked. You'd have to know Sweet Red to understand they go perfectly with her delightful sense of humor.
Link to APR, Carolyn Dube Gelli Party, Creative Everyday, Paint Party Friday