And hello to you too if you've landed on me from SJ's Little Musings blog where I've been doing a spot of designing with her latest digital stamp collection today.
When I saw the image of the pair of high-tops in the set ['Acceptable in the Eighties'] I knew I had the perfect photos to match with it for a layout.
Yes, that is indeed a close-up of a hole in the bottom of my shoe and as such ... I think I ought to explain myself:But, alas ... while there was indeed something twinkling out from the hole in the rubber ... it was not quite a real diamond:
Or, to give it its exact title, it's a silver Anita's 'Glitteration' Dot which had clearly made a bid for escape via in the nearest passing sole!
To reflect this on my high-tops stamp I glittered the soles with Stickles:
My approach to scrapbooking has always been to trawl my 'everyday' experience and document the ordinary treasures that reveals.
And what could embody this philosophy more perfectly than a page dedicated to the discovery of a shimmering fragment in the bottom of a worn out shoe?
Here's wishing you too find a hidden treasure in the unlikeliest of places.
Thanks for reading me today.
The stamps I've been working with:
I also made 4 cards using on the other images from the set over here on the Little Musings blog.
And here's where I took my title from ... if ever a layout and song were meant to be together ...: