Washing on the Line!

It did not stay out there long but it was nice to be able to hang things out there for a little while.   Spring is here and the sun will show it's face again soon.    Then in another 4/5 months we will probably be complaining that it is to hot.

With the season in mind crafters are turning to spring themed projects and I am no exception.  Don't need much excuse I happen to love the colour green.


Green acetate makes the card while a very old Do Crafts stamp was used for the image.  Carefully coloured the image with ProMarkers in yellow, blue and green.   Blue Stickles dotted in the daffodil centre's.   An old die cut the shape for an exact square and there is an identical one attached to the inside for a message.  I know I said I was not going to make cards but the idea for this one appealed to me.

Inside

Here are some of those spring and green themed challenges.

More Mixed Media - I knew there was another specific challenge I had in mind for this.   Their theme is Green!

Cards in Envy - A fortnightly card making challenge and their theme this time is "Green Things".

Crazy for CAS - This is a Dutch based monthly challenge and new to me, but I like their prompt "Spring" and thought I''d share this with them.

The Paper Players - I like these girls their rules are simple, loud and clear no nonsense here.  Hopefully they have been obeyed by my entry.  Theme Spring has Sprung.

Now I need a little gift box and have a couple of boxes that need altering so should be able to sort that out quite easily, craft room I'm coming....

Comments

  1. Beautiful green acetate card base and I love your coloring of the flower! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Cards in Envy.

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  2. Such a great effect with the acetate...gorgeous and unique x

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  3. That green acetate is so pretty! I can't wait to feel the sun on my face. I am one that never complains about summer time weather! Your daffodil is so pretty! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX

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  4. Wow, this is a fun card...I have never seen green acetate! Makes for a lovely background for your pretty floral! Thanks for sharing this with the Players this week!

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  5. I love a daffodil (or two!) Zoe and love the way this one is featured front and centre in your stained glass window. The green acetate base definitely adds to the spring feel. Thanks for your kind words as far as our challenge is concerned and for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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  6. I love this pretty daffodil card! Thank you for joining us at Cards in Envy with your pretty spring card.

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  7. Awesome card, I love the green acetate, I have not seen that before. Beautiful colouring also. Thanks for joining us over at Cards In Envy

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  8. The green acetate is very special. A colorful spring - card! Thank you for joining Crazy for Cas.

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  9. Beautiful card. Thanks for joining the Crazy for CAS spring challenge.

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