The mother of one of my childhood friends recently turned 80, and the lounge where she tends bar once a week had a kick-ass party for her. Her birthday was the day before Thanksgiving which meant a lot of people had the next day off and thus could go to a party on a Wednesday night. Even her son from Texas was able to come, and the bar hired a popular local band to play. A pleasant surprise for me personally was seeing another childhood friend and her sister there. It was by far one of the best birthday parties I've been to in a long time. I certainly hope I'm still rocking it out when I'm 80!
I created this card for Bev and thought it turned out really cute. I used one of my favorite images by Tim Holtz and colored it with Prismacolor Premier pencils. The flower is by Petaloo and it coordinated beautifully with these patterned papers by Teresa Collins.
Have a great day! Thanks for stopping by.
Black and amber cardstock by Bazzill; patterned papers by Teresa Collins; very vanilla cardstock from Stampin' Up; focal image by Tim Holtz; sentiment from Stampin' Up; Ranger Archival black ink; Prismacolor Premier pencils; odorless mineral spirits; oval and lacy oval Nestabilities by Spellbinders; banner die by Spellbinders; antique linen distress ink; Martha Stewart border punch; pop-dots.