So what is better than a pocketful of posies? How about three pockets, each with a rosey? (Sorry, it's getting late ...)
I made this card for the Moxie Fab World Repetition Challenge. Cath mentioned all kinds of repetition in her post - from a subtle design element, to an image.
I love image repetition, where one of the images is different in some way from the others - and the difference does something to evoke or underscore why the card is being sent.
By making the last rose red and adding a heart to the pocket, I hope that my recipient will feel that they have my love, not just my best wishes, which hopefully will make the card more personal and meaningful to them.
I hope that the contrast between the first two pockets and the last one will also help my recipient to see at a glance that they are extra special. The first two roses are pretty, but the last one goes a little further - just like my 'best wishes' do too.
A construction note - it's hard to see in pictures, but my little roses all have a touch of Spica glitter on them, just to add a little dynamic sparkle.
I hope that all makes sense :0)!
Thanks for popping in again and visiting for a while!
My *BEST WISHES* to you for a wonderful day!