To complete the scene, I die cut one of the fabulous clouds from the Rainbow & Cloud dies and added an a•muse grass border die. I must've changed the colour of the twine three or four times before I was satisfied with it. ;) I used a Copic Multi Liner to turn the dot into a comma at the end of the first line, connecting the two sentiments. It makes the perfect card for my best friend who lives in Montreal because I really do miss having her around.
Earlier in the week, my talented teammate Amy Kolling used the Mini Pinwheel as leaves. I hope that her leaves and my wings inspire you think outside the box when using the pinwheel dies. Imagine all the things you could make with leaves and wings alone! If there's one thing I love about a product, it's versatility and this one's got it in spades. Speaking of Amy, she's next on this hop so I'm sending you over to her fabulous blog right now!
Sources: Gina K Designs 120lb pure luxury white cardstock; SU Tempting Turquoise & Certainly Celery cardstock; Echo Park Be Mine Collection & Candy Shoppe paper pad; Lil' Inker Designs Pinwheel Sentiments; Lil' Inker Designs Rainbow & Cloud Sentiments; Memories Artprint Brown ink; SU Tempting Turquoise & Pink Passion inks; Lil' Inker Mini Pinwheel die; Lil' Inker Designs Rainbow & Cloud die; a•muse grass border die; EK Success Medium Heart punch; Papertrey Ink Sunshine impression plate; K&Company Heart Rhinestones; Stampin' Dimensionals; The Twinery baker's twine in Honeydew; Copic 0.3mm Sepia Multi Liner