This little cutie holding the balloons is Angelina. My father's mother was also Angelina. My grandmother had eight children, four of which were males. I was the first female baby born to any of those men and as such I was supposed to be named Angelina. My mother fought that battle and won. I don't expect that my life would be any different if I were Angelina, I just don't relate to that name. Many, many years ago I told that story to my best buddy. Around the time she learned that fact the Rolling Stones had come out with their song "Angie". Every time we were anywhere with a jukebox (and it was pretty frequently) she made a point of playing that song. You can grow to hate a song under those circumstances. One time she played it at the neighborhood bar we frequented, when it came on (for what seemed to be the millionth time) I "accidentally" fell on the jukebox ending the song for that time.
Here's the deets:
stamp - Mo Mannings "Angelina's Ballons"
ink - hp printer; Ranger "Tea Dye"
paper - Recollections gold card base; My Favorite Things "Sno Cone" card stock; My Mind's Eye "Miss Carolina - Fiddlesticks" dp
miscellaneous - copics; hemp twine; flower twine; My Favorite Things "Fishtail Flags Stax" die-namics; Spellbinder's "Scalloped Square" die; Sandylion flower sticker; pearls
Here's the challenges:
Bronte and Bella #149 - Distressing
Polka Doodle week 34 - Stitching Real or Faux
Ladybug Crafts Ink - Summer Fun
Digi Doodles #122 - Use Pearls
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