And now for something a little different...
stamp sets - Post Card (retired), Post Script, unknown Oz stamp; ink - Blueberry Bushel; card stock - Pineapple Punch, Call Me Clover, Blueberry Bushel
Bright, isn't it? I was going for the feeling you got when you first watched the movie, The Wizard of Oz, and Dorothy left the black & white drabness of Kansas and woke up in the Technicolor land of Oz. My mother was born in 1933, when movies were black & white. The Wizard of Oz was her favorite childhood movie memory. When I was young, most television was black & white; after color sets became available The Wizard of Oz was a special, annual affair. I remember watching it as a neighborhood gathering at one family's house - 6 adults and 9 children - and there was a collective gasp of awe when that color burst onto the screen.
I was at a paper craft roadshow last year and found this little stamp - I had to have it! I would have sworn I was at the Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda booth, but the stamp isn't in their catalogs, so who knows where I found it? If you know, please tell me! Whoever made the stamp, it's perfect for the current challenge at Lost Coast Portal - Follow the Yellow Brick Road.