Daffodils and shaving foam

My daily commute is 28 or so miles through farm country, lots and lots of grass verges and hedges.   The road side is decorated by Daffodils along the way, combined with freshly turned fields and sprouting new growth, spring has come to Lincolnshire.

I used a Personal Impression stamp in green Memento ink and my Chameleon Pens for the main image.   The joy of these pens is that you start with a fade and then the colour builds giving an uneven painted appearance.   The base is the shaving foam technique with the Ken Oliver colour bursts.   Tried to do this with a full A4 card which resulted in mottled effect making a great background.   The image was stamped onto this mat with the fussy cut topper layered over it

The ribbon just as a touch of jazz to the largely citrus colour scheme.

Sharing this with:
Clear it out Challenge - Theme Spring, Stash Item Flower
Fairy tale challenge - Spring Cards
Cards in Envy - Flowers &/or Fantasy
Lawnscaping - Beautiful Florals
Country View - Spring


  1. The daffodils are wonderful! I like your card.
    Thanks for joining us at Fairytale-Challenge.
    Ilse (thera)

  2. This card screams spring! Love it ! Thanks for joining us at Cards In Envy!

  3. Beautiful yellow flowers! Love this card and your pretty bow! Thanks for sharing with us for our Flowers or Fantasy card challenge at Cards in Envy!

  4. Perfect image for a Spring make! Love the background and I must remember to try this technique. Thanks for playing with us at Country View Challenges.

  5. This card definitely has me feeling spring, even though I haven't seen any daffodils yet in my neck of the woods. Thanks for playing with us at Lawnscaping!

  6. Such a lovely spring flower boquet - very beautiful! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping! Hugs, Karin

  7. Zoe, This is so very pretty! Love the colors and the design. Thanks for joining us at Cards in Envy. :)

  8. Thank you for joining our April Challenge at Country View Challenges and sharing with us your lovely card! These beautiful daffodils are just perfect for a spring theme :-)


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