Happy Tuesday! It's time for another Shopping Our Stash challenge. This week we ask you to use your oldest embellishment. That's right: go into the way-back box of stuff and find something you got in your early collecting days. Maybe it's brads, or eyelets (got a hammer still?), or flowers, or bling. LOTS of options here.
I went on my tippy toes to get down a box of old stuff I had actually organized a few years ago in the hopes it would be easier to find things and maybe I'd use them. Nope, didn't happen. BUT, they are old and I rummaged in the organized bags until I pulled out a partial package of gold-rimmed vellum shell creatures, and I made this:
The two seahorses probably don't make bubbles like fish do, but I decided they did, mostly because I needed something in the yellow section. The sentiment is from the Hero Arts Oceans of Joy set, and I cut it in half so it would fit here.
I put a ton of adhesive on the back to try and minimize the warping and called it done.
Now it's YOUR turn. Go digging in the far reaches of your stash, find one of your oldest embellishments and use it on a project. Then come back to Shopping Our Stash and link us up so we can see what you've made!
Thanks for stopping by!
* I used Bazzill white because my water color paper is MIA. Also, my sequins. Hmm, maybe they've run off together.
Products used but not linked below: Stampendous Frost-A-Peels, Bazzill textured white card stock.