{12.9.11} friends with flair

your wings exist…

Happy day my Friends with Flair Unity peeps.  Did you see Unity NEW release of Phyllis Harris stamps?  Aren’t they beautiful and they are on sale right now.  Grab them while you can.  PLUS, tons of other markdowns.

Today I am sharing my card using {your wings exist}.

The lamp light seemed to really lighten her hair up.  The first photo shows it a little better.  I immediately NEEDED this stamp set.  Can’t you just picture yourself as that little girl?  Standing the wind with a wild imagination and nothing to stand in your way.  I can and therefore I believe she turned out looking a little like me.  🙂
{maybe I should have kept that my little secret}
I might keep this one in my craft room as a reminder of that little girl.
A reminder that my wings exist… I just need to fly.

Thanks for stopping by  dearies and remember to head back to the Unity blog to visit the rest of the Friends with Flair peeps.

stamps: your wings exist
cardstock: solar white {Neenah Classic Crest}
ink: Copics
die cuts & punches: Corner Chomper,
other: twine {The Twinery}

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35 thoughts on “{12.9.11} friends with flair

  1. I LOVE this stamp, Lisa!! And your card is Wonderful – I can almost feel the wind in my face, the sense of freedom and bliss. LOVE the card!!

  2. Oh, this is such a fabulous card–I think it would be one I would keep for myself, too. 🙂 Great coloring and I love how you highlighted the two script words.

  3. Oh wow. I’m a bit out of touch with the Unity releases, so thanks for showcasing this one! What a beautiful image! Your card makes the most adorable use of the image – I love how you have coloured her. xx

  4. Oh, I love this one, Lisa! The image is sooooo pretty and i love the colors you chose for it, super super super gorgeous! and giving those two words in the sentiment that pop of color is perfect! I love it!!
    Hugs, Wendy

  5. This is so beautiful! I love your colouring and that sentiment is so awesome – something we should all remember!

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