It's Sunday and time for a new challenge at The Paper Players!
The multi talented Joanne is our hostess this week and she has an amazing Clean and Simple Challenge for all of us!
We are all experiencing some crazy times right now but, who doesn't LOVE Spring and all the gorgeous flowers that bloom! Hopefully, you will all find joy creating your projects this week.
My card is created on a white card base. I added a panel of watercolored paper that was smooshed with distress ink and water. The gate, flowers and sentiment are from the Simon Says Stamp set Mandy's Flowers. I colored the gate and flowers/pot with Copic Markers. The sentiment was stamped in black. I used the matching dies to cut out all the pieces. Wink of Stella was added for shine on the flowers.
Challenge Rules: Paper Players Challenge
1. Create a NEW paper, or digital, project.
2. Upload your creation to your blog with a link back to us.
3. Please provide a direct link to the post featuring your challenge entry.
4. Please link your card to no more than four challenges, TOTAL.
Entries linked to more than 3 challenges, including ours, will be deleted without notification!
5. All stamping products are welcome.
6. Have fun!
The Paper Players Design Team
Thanks for stopping by my blog today. Please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts!
So pretty Claire! I love that water colored background!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful card, Claire! I love the background you created behind the fence and flowers...it's perfect!!!ReplyDelete
Yes - the times are wild, indeed! But your card is a lovely serene spot in the midst of the chaos! Love your design and those die cuts! Wonderful! :)ReplyDelete
Such a sweet little scene you've created...love that bright background and your flowers...well, I can almost smell their scent!ReplyDelete
Your smooshed panel is fantastic! A great background for your flowers!ReplyDelete
What a pretty scene with the fence and flower pot! Using the smooshing technique made for one gorgeous background! I have that stamp set and haven't used it in a looonnnng time, but seeing your card has inspired me to do so. Love your beautiful card, Claire!ReplyDelete
Claire, that pop of fuchsia is fabulous against that gorgeous background. Perfect use of the technique and a wonderful, Spring scene. I can't wait to see some green and some color in the garden.ReplyDelete
Bright and cheery and I love that picket fence. SO pretty, my friend!ReplyDelete
So pretty Claire - love your Spring pot and garden fence and the background is so vibrant. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete