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03/10/2017

Fri 10

hello
by Mona Pendleton

Hi Poppystamps friends! It's Mona here today with a card to share featuring a variety of fabulous products from the Spring 2017 Release!

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PoppystampsMona Floral Watermark copy

For the focal point, I featured a double layered pretty Scribble Flower Circle. I love all the pretty little flowers as they are the perfect place holders for tiny pearls. For the sentiment, I used the Scribble hello die and finished with a couple of Pretty Stitches trimming.

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PoppystampsMona Floral Watermark copy

I couldn't resist embellishing with a triple layered Stitched Butterfly:

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The blog blitz runs from March 6-March 17, 2017. We'll be giving away a prize on every post during this time. To enter to win you need to leave a comment on EACH of the posts that you wish to enter. To enter ALL the posts during the blog blitz you need to leave a comment on EACH ONE. One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz. Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST March 21 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will be announced on this blog on March 25. 

The die I will be the Scribble Flower Circle craft die:

1801

 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Good Luck!

Poppystamps Mona Floral Signature copy

 

Comments

I LOVE this pretty card, Mona! The colors are so fresh and feel like spring! Beautiful design!
Take Care!
Michele

Very pretty. Love the double layered scribble circle and the triple layered butterfly.

Wow! Love all these beautiful details!!!

I think this is such an elegant card. LOVE all the elements you used. I am keeping my fingers crossed to win this beautiful die.

The scribble circle die looks like it would be very versatile. I really like the colors used along with the other elements to make a pretty, fresh card.

Oh, my....such a beautiful card....very soothing to look at. Great job!!!!

I love all that layering on your pretty card! The Scribble Flower Circle is so pretty... love the details! Beautiful butterflies too!

Lovely layering! I really love the Scribble Flower Frame!!! I can see it being used often! TFS!

What a lovely card! This delicate flower circle die is a wonderful spring wreath!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Mona... I absolutely love your card making style! This is such a pretty card. Love seeing so many new dies on it... and I love the colour green! Thanks for the chance to win. X

Oh I love this
Scribble Flower
Circle die and
the Stitched
Butterfly die
is fabulous!
Beautiful card.
Carla from Utah

Lovely card. The scribble flower circle looks like such a versatile die cut. I can see using it on lots cards. Thanks for sharing your creations.

Very pretty! I love the bright spring colours you've chosen to go along with the new diecuts!

So sweet.

Love all the products you used, Mona--beautiful color combo, too!

Great card!! Love all the new spring dies!!!

Just gorgeous! Can't stop staring at thbeautiful card... Thanks for the beautiful project!

This is ever so lovely Mona! Love the pretty shade of green and the layered butterfly!

WOW, what a wonderful lovely card! Love the motion it conveys!

This is beautiful Mona!

A breath of spring Mona! So beautiful!

Pretty darned cute!

I love the spring feeling of your card. It's about time for winter to end and flowers to bud!

Such a fun card

Beautiful card with two of my favorite things, scribble dies and stitched dies!!

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