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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Flower Bunch & Watering Can - Mojo 125

Well, here in Pennsylvania, we're gearing up for another big snow storm. We just had one on Sunday and now only Tuesday and we're going to get hammered again. So, I'm busy making spring cards to try and ward off the winter blahs!

For my inspiration on this card, I used the Mojo Monday Sketch 125.  They have such fantastic sketches each week.

The images used are Brand Spankin NEW Digi Stamps from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps. I combined the Flower Bouquet and the Watering Can.
The images were printed and colored with Copic markers.Then cut out and assembled together. I cut a slit in the watering can so the flower stems would slide in. I actually used two flower bunches.
Did you know that Sweet 'n Sassy is now releasing new digi's several times a week???

I used some stickles glitter in the centers of the flowers.

The designer papers I used are from Close to my Heart and are from a new pack called Veranda Creative Basics. It iven comes complete with thie really cool ribbon I used.

The Hand Stitching around the card uses matching embroidery floss. 


Joan said...

What a lovely card. The hand stitching detail adds so much. Beautiful.

Leah said...

SO pretty Nancy! Love how you combined the images. Lovely...

Danni said...

Beautiful!! Love the stitching around the card...what a great touch!

Anonymous said...

This is lovely! You are so clever to combine the two images :). Awesome!!

Beth Norman said...

I can smell spring already--LOL. Your card is so nice and what a wonderful job with the sketch.

Stampin'GHmom said...

What a beautiful spring card. The details are wonderful and I love the colors.

Anonymous said...

Aren't you clever, Nancy!! What a lovely way to combine the images. Your coloring is so lovely -- the image just pops right off the card!