It's time to inspire you with this gorgeous photo our
Hostess of the Week - Vicki
has found for us.
I took a long and hard look at this before I came up with
what inspired me.
As you can see LOTS of things did.
These are the products I used -
White card stock as my base and also the backing
Jar/Sentiment - Dear Lizzy
Quickutz - Daisy cut several times for depth
Fancy That - Leafy Swirls
Memory Box - Fuchia for the bended daisy
Carl Daisy Punch
Dew Drops on the Daisies
Memento Olive Grove Ink
Die-Namics Banner Stax
Hope to see your inspirational projects HERE
but before you go check out what my other
Jugheads and our Guest Stephanie created for you.
Thanks for dropping in
and hope to see what inspired you with
this weeks Photo Challenge.
Ina, I LOVE it! You really captured this photo with all of the different elements. Your vase of daisies is so pretty. I love all of the glitter and sequins, too.
Lots of inspiration in your card...great job! Love all of the sparkle and sequins. Lovely design too!
I adore your take on the inspiration photo ... your dimensional daisies are so pretty. Thanks for letting me guest design with you this month.
oh wow! This one is a bit of a challenge, and you have really stepped up to the plate. Very interesting color combo with the green and kraft. Love your layout and the banners. And the sequins are the perfect final touch. I have a hard time with sequins, never know quite where to put them, or how many to put...lol. Well done!!!!
You really caught it all in this card Ian. Like the spring feel, even with the St. Paddy's day colours. :) Hugz
Ina, that is fantastic. Love all the glitz and those flowers are gorgeous!
Your card looks fabulous and you depicted the Inspiration photo wonderfully! You always do such a great job Ina!
OMG Ina...this looks amazing. Talk about getting some wonderful inspiration from the photo. Wow!
What a fabulous inspired card -- love those glitter stripes at the bottom too
Love that we were both inspired by A LOT from this photo, and even though our cards have similar elements, they are sooooo different! I absolutely adore yours!
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