Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Welcome Spring

Gasp, I don't know what's wrong with me ... no glitter, no bling, no baker's twine!! :)
I got this lovely Paper Smooches in the post today from a candy win from Simon Says Stamp blog and I couldn't wait to get some ink on it!
Other than the tree trunks, everything else was paper pieced.  Couldn't get a decent pic though, for some reason my fence turned out a bit greeny rather than bright white.
Trees and birdie popped up on dimensionals.

Layout from MFT Wednesday Sketch Club MFTWSC114
Simon Says ... a bit o'green
Papertake Weekly - anything goes
Crafty Creations #212 - green
Oozak #12 - anything goes with spring


  1. Ca-ute! I can't blame you a bit for wanting to ink this one up in a hurry! What a fun card, Lynne - thanks for sharing :)

  2. fabulous card Lynne and love those trees.

  3. I love those tall trees and how you put it on the wide banner and used a -spiral punch? at the top. The fence looks white to me. Great card!!!

  4. I love everything about this card! The design, colors, and details are fabulous. Thanks for playing along at Crafty Creations.

  5. Oh what a fun card! Just what the doctor ordered in this season of "almost spring" when we're all so sick of winter...thanks so much for sharing this with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge, Lynne!

  6. gorgeous creation hun thanks so much for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx


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