As soon as I saw Dawn's Beethoven card: https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/g...0&ppuser=29188
I knew I had to get Franz Liszt into the act. I went down the Google rabbit hole with a little musical research and discovered so much about how both these composers were connected So thanks, Dawn, for helping to exercise some brain cells.
I did the Distress smooshing on the cover of the grocery pad and stamped on top when dry. Added clear labels for extra strength to the cover and added the glossy stickers. This hangs on my fridge with a magnetic backing.
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Wed, Feb 24, 2021 @ 10:50 AM
I had an actual pad like this but it was called a Chopin Liszt. Ha. Very creative idea you have going. Beethoven was rather deaf when he heard the young Liszt play but he could feel the vibrations and watch his fingering. I guess no one is sure if this even actually happened. Interesting that Czerny was Liszt's teacher. I've played Czerny, not fun. I'm sure Beethoven felt music in his soul
------------------------------ Jean Bean the Dancing Queen "You can play a shoestring if you're sincere." -John Coltrane