Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Romantic Red Roses

My love is like a red, red rose
that's newly sprung in June.
Oh, my love's like the melody
that's sweetly played in tune.

~ Robert Burns ~


I realized this morning that I haven't done anything with really deep, red roses.  So I did some looking around, and found two Victorian scrap beauties.  Hope you like the stationery, bookmark (shouldn't everyone enjoy a good book here and there?), and little tag!



Here are the free graphics
(and free font)
used in my artwork:

*Vintage Images*

*Just Something I Made*

*Shadowhouse Creations*

*Vintage Ephemera*

*Dafont.com*


Thanks so much for your visit!



13 comments:

  1. Megan, just love the beautiful roses and the paper,sentiment. Holy heck I just like your blog. Love your poem and I do feel you are an innate artist. Great warm hugs to go with the June day.

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  2. Megan, thank you! son absolutamente maravillosas!!!!

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  3. Megan,

    Thanks for these awesome freebies....I just love roses....the tag would also make a great bookmark.

    God Bless

    Miceky

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  4. These are so beautiful, thank you for sharing them with us. hugs, Cathy K

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  5. Thanks for sharing as always Megan!!

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  6. Ditto, ditto, etc. I love your roses and am thankful, as always, for your kindness and generosity!!♥♫

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  7. Wow. I love these rich, red roses. So Beautiful. Thank you so much, Megan.
    Blessing hugs,
    Teresa

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  8. Wanted to thank you so much for the beautiful printables. So generous of you, I love things like that.

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  9. Thank you for the freebies, Megan, the roses are so beautiful!

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  10. Been away for a week and couldn't wait to see what you had presented us with while I was gone. These are just beautiful. Thanks again.

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  11. GORGEOUS!! Thanks for linking over to the book cover : )

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  12. Oh the roses are just so pretty. Thank you so much for sharing them.

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