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03/27/2017

Mon 27

Happy Spring
by Irena Kowalczyk

Today a simple, colorful card.
I used the dies from our newest collections.

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The work was made on a white cardstock, I added a green panel, here I used Tailored Stitched.

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Then I cut two times on the green cards of the 'Scribble Flower Circle' wheel.
I added some flowers and yellow dots.
Finally, I used the word happy with Happy Birthday Streamer.

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And it's my favorite time of the year! Of course, summer I also love.
I wish the beautiful projects from of our new dies.

Irena Floral Signature copy

 

Comments

Morning Irena, Fabulous !! pretty spring colours, gorgeous die-cuts and I love the 'dropped shadow' on the sentiment.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Ooh this is so pretty! I adore the scribble flower circle die! xxx

What a gorgeous card. Simple and clean but very artistic. I love the green cardstock with the texture. What company is it? Sort of like Baazil but the lines seem deeper.

Very nice!
Nancy

I love this beautiful spring card. The Scribble Flower Circle makes a lovely wreath and I am truly in love with the Tailored Stitches. That will be my next purchase. I love how you used it.

Pretty! I like your flowers added to the flower circle! I'm liking those taylored stitches dies the more I see them, darn it!

What a beautiful card. Love the dies.

Gorgeous card!!

Prześliczna!

A perfect and super pretty spring card sure to make any ones day brighter thank you for sharing and loving the layers.

So very pretty; love the colors of Spring. And I love that gorgeous scribble flower circle.

You've made this look so easy for me to follow. Love it. Thankyou. X

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