Tuesday, 19 March 2019

STAMPlorations Inspiration #208


It's Inspiration Tuesday at STAMPlorations, and today we're focusing on Deepti's range of stamps, Dee's Artsy Impressions.  From now till 25 March Deepti's stamps are 10% off, no coupon needed, and if you use my code STAMPGIRLSHIRLEY you'll get another 20% off these and other stamps, dies and stencils in the store.

I used Live Love Ride with a sentiment from Balloons and Banners and a rosette made with stamps from Frames and Flowers.

In my village on the first Saturday in July there's a church procession.  It's called Coffee Day, but nobody can actually say why it's called that.  The procession is headed by the church leaders, followed by the Sunday schools, the Scout packs, brass bands, general congregation and bringing up the rear are two shire horses pulling wagons decorated with paper flowers.  The wagons hold the smaller children who are too young to walk the course.  The horses' harnesses are also decorated with flowers.



Pop on over to the STAMPlorations blog for some more fabulous inspiration from the team, and don't forget to leave a commentator your chance to win a gift certificate to the store.

8 comments:

  1. Aw, I love your flower-festooned pony and her colorful background, Shirley! And how fun to see the source of inspiration! Things must be getting exciting around there! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. What a sweet card --- I love the background you created and your coloring is very pretty!

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  3. Gorgeous horse! I love that you showed us your inspiration!

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  4. love the coloring on this sweet horse

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  5. Colorful background for your beautifully decorated horse image. Thank you so much Shirley for sharing your village story. What a sweet and fun tradition for all ages:-) Hugs..Nancy

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  6. What a great tribute to Coffee Day! Lovely card and such a beautiful horse. Amazing background.

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  7. Beautiful! I like the bright and colorful background, the dressed pony looks so pretty on top of it. Thank for tlling the story of your village. Loved reading it.

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