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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Flowers and doodles

The flowers are cut from a Cuttlebug die which is part of the Olivia alpha set - one of the first Cuttlebug purchases I made years ago!  I used a tiny pop dot to raise the smaller blossom.  The centers are gems by Hampton Art.  The stripes and peachy bg are parts of the same large page of DPn and the critter is one of Cheery Lynn's tiny things with wings.  A note about that...I wanted to make it pop a bit, so I decided to cut a second one with black cs to back up the orange.  Well, all those tiny openings result in separate pieces.  My plan was to tape the black ones on the back of the orange bug.  That was not at all easy to do with such tiny pieces - but I finally made it!  Does any one have a better suggestion?
Sketch:     http://yournextstamp.com/blog/
Hand made flower:  http://cheerylynndesigns.blogspot.ca/
Spring flowers:     http://eurekastamps.blogspot.com/  
Spring:     http://inkyimpressionschallenges.blogspot.com/
Dimension:      http://lawnscaping.blogspot.com/
Any, with a die:     http://fattastictuesday.blogspot.com/
Birthday w/ sentiment:  http://thepapershelter.blogspot.com/
Any:       http://www.lovesrubberstampschallenges.com/

11 comments:

  1. Dorthy, your card is fabulous and loving those flowers with the little bling centers! Thanks for joining in on the Cheery Lynn Designs challenge. Good luck to you!

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  2. lovely card thanks for sharing with FTT Rachel dt

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  3. Great card, the little flowers look lovely set against the background paper, thanks for playing along at The Paper Shelter challenge, good luck, hugs, Colette xx

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  5. Adorable card, Dorothy. The Things with Wings set comes with a solid bee backing that you can cut out so you don't have to paper piece it. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

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  6. Great card, and I love the bee. Thank you for joining us this week at Eureka Stamps for our Spring Flowers Challenge. Karal DT

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  7. those flowers are gorgeous.. great take on the sketch.. thanks for joining us at Your Next Stamp

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  8. Super cute and fun! Thanks for joining us over at the YNS Challenge Blog!

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  9. Sweet and simple! The bee and flowers go great together. Thanks for joining in the fun at YNS!

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