Sunday, 1 March 2015

Thinking 'SPRING' at the Mod Squad

Again this week I have a Special Friend as Hostess at
Susan Sieracki has asked us to create a card depicting 'Spring'
Maybe she picked this one because of all the 'Winter Blues'
all my overseas friends are experiencing while I have been
basking in 'Sunshine' but I won't gloat as it won't be long
and I will be experiencing those cooler days.

Also over at The Paper Players their challenge is 'Spring'
I have a special reason for making this card.
The flowers I used have been sent to me and are from
SU Flower Shop. I loved this set and I received
a bundle of them in my mail box
Thanks so much Maria...
Here is what I used -
White card stock as my base
Small piece of DP on the side
SU flowers - Flower Shop
Kasazz Leaves
Tim Holtz Stencils
Sizzix butterfly
Pearls Micro Beads and Dew Drops
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Verna Angerhofer said...

This is gorgeous! I really love this card design. Wish I had the energy to make a few but right now it is not possible.

Judy Woodland said...

So pretty!!!! I love that green texture in the background, and the bright colors on your flowers. It just makes me smile. And yes, your time is coming. I'm tellin' ya, this winter has been a KILLER!!! Donna has had it much worse than me, but I'm ready for some spring!!!

Susan Sieracki said...

What an absolutely lovely card Ina...just screams SPRING! Thank you for playing along with us at the Mod Squad challenge!

Deb said...

Love, love. love the layout and colors. The flowers and butterflies really express the Spring theme.

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laurie said...

The flowers are beautiful, and I just love the bright colors. Thanks for playing along at The Paper Players!

Joyce Erb said...

Gorgeous card, love the flowers. Thank you joining us at The Mod Squad Challenge!

Jaydee said...

Ina, I love that collection of flowers. A fabulously composed card. So glad you shared it with the Paper Players this week