There’s a new inspiration challenge at The Card Concept: How Does Your Garden Grow! I picked the flowers in the beautiful garden in the photo and created a Clean and Layered bouquet! I was inspired by the delicate flowers and the beautiful colors.
I love these sweet little bouquet - it's a fabulous set of dies. There's such wonderful detail in the wrap and in the little flowers. I'm generally quite "literal" in my interpretation of inspiration photos, but as I was pondering the inspiration photo, instead of a full garden I was inspired by the delicate flowers. Then my mind connected to this little bouquet (and I guess that's why these are "inspiration" challenges!!)
I changed the sentiment I was going to use at the last minute. This is dedicated to one of our own.
It is a beautiful photo. I'd love to live behind that bright pink door - although I can only imagine what my suburban HOA would say to a bright pink door!! But how cheerful would you be every day going into the door or walking out into your garden!
I hope to see you playing along with us this week at The Card Concept.
Dies: Spellbinders Bouquet of Flowers, Hemstitch Rectangles
Paper: Sunny Studio Subtle Grey Tones, Stampin' Up Smoky Slate, Polished Pink, Balmy Blue and Granny Apple Green, Taylored Expressions Peapod
Other: Simon Says Stamp Reverse Sentiment strips
Love that sweet polka dot wrap! This is a delightful card, Kim!ReplyDelete
I recently filled that very same little wrap, Kim! but OH the grey! I'm going back to the drawing board! Just darling!ReplyDelete
Total sweetness for sure! Love the bouquet!ReplyDelete
That is the cutest little bouquet and the wrap is beyond cute and something new to me but it makes a bouquet a real bouquet! Thanks for the tips on using graphics. I can do it that way but that's a copy/save/copy/paste/delete process as opposed to a simple copy/paste once and done. I keep asking how is this process an improvement? I can't understand the genius minds working to "better" our blogging experience. LOLReplyDelete
This is gorgeous! You've used this wee bouquet die set to perfection!ReplyDelete