Good morning, we have been having some gorgeous sunshine here in the UK over the last week which gets me thinking that spring can't be to much longer, can it?
Lets get on with challenge #6 on Sweet Stamps...
This weeks challenge is
so any card or project that reminds you of Spring....
Head on over to the
to join in and don't forget the prize this week is a whopping $20 spending spree in the
and as a special deal for St Patrick's Day Sweet Stamps is offering a 10% discount for shoppers online. Just click on the badge below to be taken to the store and remember to enter the code IRISH at check out...
Onto my inspiration for this weeks challenge
I love this card, I'm so pleased at the way it turned out. Everything just seemed to fit together perfectly..
This gorgeous stamps is from Sweet Stamps designed by the very talented Jacqueline Hill. She is also on the Sweet Stamps Design Team. View her blog HERE
I love decorating the inside of my cards. I have used a gorgeous Die from a company called cheery Lynn these and many others can be brought at Sweet Stamps. These dies work in most leading Die cutting machines..
I also tried my hand at rolled flowers..
Crafting supplies needed to make this card
Swan Family ~ From Sweet Stamps
Best Wishes Sentiment ~ Sweet Stamps
Dies & Embossed folders
Cheery Lynn Die ~ Coved Rectangle little stacker nesting dies
Marianne Design ~ Ribbon Die 10
Daisy and Swirl plastic embossing folder ~ Sweet Stamps
Lace and pearls from stash
Card Challenges I would like to enter
Creative Craft Challenges ~ Lace
Scrap Creations ~ Anything Goes
Tip Top Tuesday ~ Happy Birthday
Tuesday Throwdown ~ Lace
Bunny Zoe's ~ Birthday + Pearls
Creative Craft Friends ~ Lace
Happi Challenge ~ 1 plain, 2 DP and at least 3 embellies
Kaboodle Doodles ~ Birthday
Karen's Doodles ~ Spring
Squigglefly ~ Spring
Woodware USA ~ Spring is coming
Gingerloft ~ Flowers
Let's Ink it up ~ Embossing
One stitch at a time ~ Glitter and gems (I have used glitter on the water and gems in the flowers)
Sugar Creek Hollow ~ handmade Flowers