Truer words could not be said. . . And, I haven't died from salmonella yet, so, I think we're good!
In yesterday's post we visited 1987 with a vintage typewriter stamp set. Today we are going back even further my friends! 1936 was the introduction of Fiesta (Fiestaware) manufactured and marketed by the Homer Laughlin China Company of West Virginia. This art deco inspired service wear stands out with it's bold and bright colors. I love this stuff! But, wait! Remember me? Lover of all things Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla? AKA "The Neutral Girl?"
Apparently, this all goes out the window when it comes to Fiestaware!
(Anyone else have Lionel Ritchie's "All Night Long" in their head right now!?)
Today's card inspired by the challenge at Global Design Project features a new-to-me stamp set by My Favorite Things called "Kitschy Kitchen".
We are going to bake up some fun cards with this stamp set, I'm sure of it!
I used Stampin' UP!'s retired product Crystal Effects to give two of the bowls a glossy coating!
Here is the challenge banner that inspired my card:
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