Thursday, February 11, 2010

Smiling flowers




If you look on Tif's blog, you'll see that she has been playing with beautiful printed papers lately. She inspired me to do the same. While mine isn't as elegant as her results, nevertheless I had so much fun putting this card together! I only wish my garden looked like this one.

For a supply list, see my Flickr photostream.

11 comments:

  1. This is such a pretty card Lin, love the bright flowers, your "poofy flower and that lovely gingham ribbon.

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  2. Oh, now isn't this just an array of sunshine Lin!! Love it! So sweet that I inspired you! PP is fun when sometimes you want your stamps to rest a bit..hehe! The fence really reminds me of the good ol' days where I used to live...where there were REAL white picket fences in the neighborhood...what a sight!

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  3. How SWEET is this scene!!!! LOVE the white fench...I too wish my garden looked like this...and RIGHT NOW!!!!!

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  4. This card is just as elegant as Tiff's (if not more)!! Love how Tif has inspired you and I love how you make it your own! I adore the colors, ribbons and flowers....everything!

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  5. Beautiful garden! Love the Pp and the ribbon and flower are a perfect touch!

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  6. Perfect mix of pp and stamping! You can do it ALL Lin! Magic!

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  7. This is so happy and beautiful! Super card!

    Hugs,
    Vanessa

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  8. oh! this is such a happy card, Lin! makes me smile BIG!! =)

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  9. Lin, your card is so beautiful! I loved it when I saw it in the pool and now to see it again in more detail is brilliant. We can all dream that this is what our gardens will look like in the summer!

    Heather Maria

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  10. Hi, Lin! What a terrific card! Love the Spring-time feel of it. Definitely cheers me up and makes me forget the snow! :-)

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  11. Lin, This is such a beautiful card, love all your work really, you are so talented!! Just love the puffy flower, would love to be able to make that!! Am now following your blog.
    Donna (from over at Flickr)

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