I had bought some lovely flowers to use this week, but when I grabbed up some of my craft items to take out of town in our motorhome, guess what I forgot to pick up? Well, I was determined to not let that goof up keep me from my posting this week, I used a Stampin' Up stamp and punch and added a flower to my card with a Bugaboo image and a very busy flowered background.
MicheleJust in time for Easter I used a bunny and chick digital image from our challenge sponsor Bugaboo Images for my card this week. I used coordinating designer papers, a bit of border and of course I added some simple pretty flowers! This is a great challenge for spring time and I'm so glad spring is finally arriving where I live. I hope you'll play along.
For the second week of our “add some flowers”, I used an image from our sponsor Bugaboo. It is the Spring Bird and it has everything to do with the new season. I added a lace strip, some lovely flowers and the papers you can see are called Creative Papers. I don’t know if they can be found in U.S. Keep playing along with us and have a magical week!
For the second week of the Add Flowers challenge I used a snow globe from Bugaboo Stamps. I coloured with spectrum noir markers and coloured over the butterflies with Spica glitter pens. I used the tulip border embossing folder and some scrap patterned paper. I cut the globe and base out, covered the globe with a scrap of acrylic, flat attached it and popped the base up . I plan the sentiment on the base but not sure yet if it is Birthday, Get Well or Mother's day. Super image from the sponsor I love it, now I want a winter snow globe.
A Happy CupCake Flower Birthday card ... the sentiment is from our sponsor Bugaboo coloured with Copics. I layered it on patterned paper and added some lovely paper flowers and a little half-pearl
Below Hazel is showing various views of her lovely card.
For my design card I used Penny Paisley 4 by Bugaboo Stamps (our sponsor) colouring the image digitally in Microsoft Paint. The added red hat is a My Sentiments Exactly stamp inked with fired brick distress ink. I matted the image on to a piece of card that had been dabbed all over with a 'shades of mauve' Blending Blox ink pad by Marvy. This was also used behind the printed poem (you can read the poem here). I used a variety of papers and flowers.
Again thanks goes to Bugaboo Digi Stamps. I hope you give them a visit.