Thursday, April 12, 2012

Flowers and more flowers




How hard can it be to find time to make a card ? Very hard at the moment my hands are full with either a paint brush or a garden tool , it should be craft scissors.I took time out this morning to make this summery card .I like the idea of flowers over the garden fence.

The green paper is Kaisercraft 'Chanteuse Collection' the pink double sided paper is 'Enchanted' from Pebbles.The large flowers I hand cut and the centres are a small heart punch.I went a bit overboard with the bling and used big stones.Not sure why the green looks a lot darker on the pic showing the inside of the card,you can see in the bottom pic it's a very pretty bright green.

The Crafter's Cafe - challenge 3 - A Spring theme with pastels.
Everybody- Art- Challenge 188 - Spring

8 comments:

Susan Hogan said...

What a great card Gail - love that it folds the gate back to the garden! Pretty flowers!

Dawny P said...

Hi Gail. Thank you for stopping by my blog for the baby jumpers. I'm ever so sorry but I don't have the name of the charity as there is a lady in our village who is doing this and I just pass them on to her and she sends them out there. But if you want to sent them to me, I will be happy to pass them on and if you email me I can give you my snail mail addy. Hugs, Dawny x PS I love the blooms on this card - so pretty :)

Chana said...

This is so adorable! I love the picket fence..too cute! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog!

Chana

cass said...

Great idea for a card, love the fence

Marjo said...

Awesome card, love all those gorgeous flowers! Thanks for playing with us at the CCCB

hugs, Marjo

Jenny said...

A lovely Spring card. Beautiful flowers.
Thank you for joining EAC.
Jenny

Smith Alex said...

What a beautiful Spring card and I just love your story to go with it :)


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Karen C said...

Thanks for playing with us at The Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog! Best of luck in the draw!
Hugs,
Karen C (TCCCB DT)
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