May Day (normally!) marks the start of warmer weather and blossom filled trees. In ancient times a May Queen would be crowned, children would dance around a May Pole, wear white and decorate themselves and the May Pole with lovely new spring flowers.
It is quite fitting then that our new challenge theme at A Vintage Journey is
Flowers are such a perennial favourite for most of us, so this month we would love to see your beautiful blooms showcased on your project. You might choose to use a die cut, stamps, readymade, homemade, or pressed flowers .... a single flower or a whole bouquet!
As I am the host for this month's challenge I thought it about time I shared a tutorial for a new bloom. However, you will have to wait until the 15th of the month when I share it on the blog for A Vintage Journey! In the meantime here are some details to whet your appetite! I have used Eileen Hulls Display Stand Die to create my base for this summery array, along with some favourite Pion Papers.
If you are looking for floral inspiration then hop on over to the blog HERE where my fellow Creative Guides have shared a lovely range of floral projects which should spark your creativity. We would love you to join us in our challenge this month and you can get all the details over at A Vintage Journey.
So ..... until the 15th!
Happy Crafting and Stay Safe!