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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Sisters Are Different Flowers From the Same Garden

Here's another card using a Squigglefly image by artist Diane Carubia called "Very Beary Fairy".  A fellow crafter was cleaning out her stash (to make way for new stuff) and generously fed my paper addiction with a large baggie of patterned papers.  Weehee!!!
When i saw this patterned paper by Paper Pizzazz, I thought it would be the prefect Spring background for my beary fairies.  I printed out two sizes, and made a sisters-themed card. 
Squigglefly blog has a new challege this week, and it's a recipe:  use a flower, a clip and patterned apper on your project.  This is my second card for the challenge, and I like it! 
Now I bet you're wondering, "where's the "going green" on this card?  well, have you ever used FlowerSoft?  When I do, I make a mess and sometimes my colors get mixed together on my table.  I don't throw it away.  I put it in a mixed color baggie for a card like this!  My waving lines of grass are made fuzzy with leftover FlowerSoft!!
And that's my tip for the day, besides to check out the March 1 posting about BLOG CANDY.  Share your "going green" tips and you could win!
And, as always, keep crafting!!


Melissa said...

Too cute!

THERESA said...

Just gorjuss, love the colors and what a super tip, will remember that......:))
lotsa luv

Holly said...

Such a darling card Pat! I love your "green" tip - I save leftovers of lots of stuff too!

Shawna said...

Oh so cute! Love those little rose head bands.

Charlene Mitchell said...

What a great card Pat! Love the spring, pretty colours and great, great job on the grass using FS!

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

That's just too cute. I love the stamps you chose and it's perfect for the challenge. Adorable!