Celebrating Life & Prince
Celebrating today… I guess you can call it that. Celebrating the life of Prince. How can it be true?
After hearing the news about Prince today I’ve had a rush of amazing memories from my teen years listening to his music.
I can’t believe he’s gone.
One of the most creative music artists in my book. He could be a little freakish, but I was totally attracted to that. Most of all I loved his music and probably the only artist that I knew every word when I sang his tunes. That says a lot as I typically mumble many words to songs I love because I can’t remember the words. I loved his music that much.
I’ve celebrated his life by listening to every song he has written. I was frantic looking for one of his CD’s in the house. Still haven’t found it. Sigh….
As I was listening it brought back more memories of sitting by the radio waiting for one of his songs to play so I could record it. Yes, I did that. Did you? Remember when the radio guy would keep talking while you were trying to record your favorite tune? Those were the BEST tapes.
I had a list of things to get done today. It didn’t happen. Instead I’ve tested the patience of my children as I’ve made them listen to Prince all evening. At one point I think I heard one of them say, “Not again!”
I think I’ll listen to a few more of his songs….
Last night I pulled many retired sets off my shelf that I wanted to make sure had lots of ink before I say goodbye to them. The stack was a little overwhelming, but I tackled it.
I have many cards to share with you. I was on a roll last night.
By the Tide
By the Tide is a stamp set that has not been lonely. It’s been a well loved set for many many years especially for this beach loving girl. You can see a few cards I created below. You may remember a few of them.
I wanted to try a different color combination and I love how it turned out.
Of course I wanted the Lobster to be red, but I didn’t want the red to dominate the entire card. I used a Sponge Dauber to add the Blushing Bride ink around the center of the lobstah (said in my New England accent!)
I added a few other stamp sets to this card-
Gorgeous Grunge was perfect to add a little texture.
Rose Wonder was perfect for the greeting. I also love that label framelit that coordinates.
Sadly, the Corrugated White cardstock is on the retired list. If you love to add texture to your projects, this is definitely a GREAT purchase. I’ve used the Kraft corrugated more than the white, however it comes in one pack together. I will definitely miss having this to use.
The last thing I added to this card was a few White Perfect Accents. These are excellent to add a little bling to a project without the bling bling. Does that make sense? Ha ha ha!
See all of the products used for this project in the clickable links below.
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Thanks for letting me spill my guts about Prince. I do feel like I’m celebrating a music legend. He had incredible talent.
I’m curious how many other Prince fans are out there. What was your favorite song? Did you ever see him in concert?
Seeing him in concert was on my bucket list. Sigh…..