Sorry my post is late - we got carried away with Easter dinner at Shirley's!
It's time for another Beautiful World Tour with the Flourishes girls... Remember, your World Tour can win you free Flourishes stamps! Make sure you leave each designer a comment before you fly off to the next spot, so that your name is in the hat for a random draw!
You should have arrived here from Aleksandra, but if you've landed here by chance, you might want to go back to the Flourishes blog to start at the beginning!
This month, Anne Elise is our host, and she has challenged us with the theme 'Childhood'. This one stumped me for a bit, because there are so many ways to interpret that... but I flipped through my sets, and then it came to me...
When I was a little girl, we lived in Alberta - the province over from where I live now. And the house we had there had this massive raspberry bush at the side of our house. Every summer, we spent most of our days playing outside, and we could freely visit the raspberries and eat them straight off the bush. My girls both *love* all kinds of berries, and I've been researching our own berry bushes, hoping we can plant some... which reminded me of all those summers spent snacking on fresh berries myself!
I need a couple of thank you type cards, so I wanted this to be easy to mail... so I kept the layers to a minimum, as postage has become so restrictive with anything that includes a bow! What a bummer...
I stamped my background on the card base with the same image I coloured from the Berry Sweet set, to give it some interest - just a monochromatic design. I like the impact it has, for such a simple step.
I'll let you jet off to your next location now, but don't forget to leave a comment before you go! Now, off you go to Australia to see what the talented Chupa has for you!