Hey Dear Bloggers!
And here we are at the very last day of the PTI January release! I hope you have been enjoy all the projects shared in PTI land!
Today I have a fun card to share for the release of my new stamp set: "Life's Music."
"Life's Music" will release for online purchase on Jan 15 for $15.
> It is a one sheet stamp set with musical themed imagery and related sentiments.
I mentioned earlier in the week that I have a soft spot for musical theatre. The sentiment in this card was created on the computer and printed for this project. Can you guess which musical these lyrics are from?
Let's do a little trivia! I will give the lyrics/song title- you name the Musical!
1. Whistle a Happy Tune!
2. The Hills are alive...
3. There was love all around but I never heard it singing...
4. They say that falling in love is wonderful, it's wonderful, so they say...
5. Tonight! Tonight! I'll see my my love tonight!
6. Dulcinea! I have sought thee, sung thee, dreamed thee, Dulcinea!
8. I have often walked down this street before, but the pavement always stayed beneath my feet before, now as time goes by, I don't care if I, can be here on the street where you live...
9. Where is love? Does it fall from skies above? Is it underneath the willow tree that I've been dreaming of!
OK- enough of that. I have songs running through my head now!
Have you heard about my new novel, CHILDREN of the CITY? I't's a novel about human trafficking in America, and used as an awareness tool, inciting action, and 40% of all profits go back into freedom fight organizations! The Pre-Release Launch for the book will raise funds to expand the reach of the story as it is published! Check out the trailer! You can also learn more at http://childrenofthecitybook.com.
TIME FOR A PRIZE! / / A CHANCE TO WIN EVERY DAY!
Leave a comment on my blog and you might be the winner of a PTI stamp set designed by ME! A new chance to win is available every single day! So stop by and say leave a post. Winners will be posted on Jan 15! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Expecting Great Things,
Children of the City