Bloom and Grow
by Lisa Elton

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I had the Whittle Lizard die out a few weeks ago and cut a couple of cousins for future use. They decided they wanted to come out to play today!

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They're a little fancier than their cousin who plays among the dandelions. They like to climb and hide among the leafy vines and little posies!

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I brought some bright and happy colors out for this one. They looked like summer to me when all things bloom and grow!

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Lots of layers on this card that went together in a snap. Once all of the die cutting was complete, the fun began! A lovely sentiment and a sprinkling of coordinating jewels finished things off.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you're having a happy summer!

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Adorable, Lisa! I love the colors!

They look so cute and happy nestled amongst the blooms!

Lisa, this is like one of those 'search and find' pics in the old Highlights magazine! Your choice of color for this Whittle Lizard is brilliant for hiding him among the blooms!

This is just too CUTE Lisa!! I love how you've "hidden" the whittle lizard amongst the flowers, and the colors you've used are FABULOUS! Definitely a summer time feeling card...LOVE it!! :0)

Just love how you added flowers to the leafy corner, Lisa! And those little whittle lizards add the perfect touch!

Hi Lisa, This card is lovely, colours and die-cuts and you have created a 'stunner;.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Super cute & love the blue flowers & leaves!

I'm not usually too keen on lizards but these are adorable, Lisa! I love how they curl around the flowers!

Super cute love how you lizard are playing hide'n'seek! Hugs Kate

I love the color combination, Lisa, and the design arrangement is wonderful. So cute to tuck that lizard in among the flowers.

I do love those little lizards and another flowery place for them to explore. Great colors, great design. I love it!

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