Have you ever noticed that the more fun your weekend was, the more difficult Monday is? My son is discovering this after a great weekend at Camp Royall. He can barely contain himself when he gets home from school Friday as he dumps his backpack inside the door and runs for the car! It's awesome that he enjoys it so much! Hubs and I do too because we get some kid-free time to ourselves which is a rare treat. So we all had a fabulous weekend! I hope you did too!
To start the week off on a crafty foot, I have a card share for you. It's a card I made with scrap paper and left over do-dads.
You may recognize a few of my favorite Papertrey Ink dies here, the notepad paper, alphas and tiny tags die. I also used one of the tiny tags stamps.
I had another little bicycle image from the 100 Days of Summer line by Simple Stories. The pink ticket stub is from an Etsy order I placed a while ago...I still have just a few left.
The patterned papers are a combination of October Afternoon and Basic Grey.
Details include some jute from Papertrey Ink, a mini paper clip from Tim Holtz and a vintage mother of pearl button.
I love this little vintage dresser tray that I photographed my card on. The flower design is so delicate and pretty. I get to go on a vintage treasure hunt next weekend. It's been quite a while since I last went. The semi-annual Liberty Antiques Festival is where I'll be heading. It's such a fun event and my gal pal and I always have the best time.
As always, I appreciate you stopping by! Hope you have a wonderful week!