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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Double D - Think Spring

Hello friends!
WOW can you believe it's March 1st already!
Spring is right around the corner 
and today Team Diane is getting an early start
with a new challenge at the Double D Challenge Blog
where the theme is


check out this beautiful mood board Diane
has created to inspire you.
Isn't it GORGEOUS!!

When I think of Spring, the first thing I think of is that first Robin I see in the yard.  To me, that is always the first signs of Spring.  Then of course all the beautiful spring flowers that start waking up and showing off their beautiful color!

Sue Wilson Designs - Finishing Touches - Trailing Ivy
Sue Wilson Designs - Greek Island Collection - Corner. Border & TagMy image is from the Crafty Secrets (sadly, no longer in business) Seasonal Booklet.  My ivy is from two dies at the Dies R Us Store ... Sue Wilson 'Greek Island Collection' Corner, Border & Tag #CED5102
and the
Sue Wilson 'Finishing Touches' Trailing Ivy #CED1423

After die cutting my ivy from SU Pear Pizazz card stock, I used a finger dauber and Memento 'Bamboo Leaves' ink to darken the edges for a more realistic look.

My corner flourish is from a We R Memory Keepers 'precious metals' Copper Swirls Rub-on sheet.  A few little Prima flowers with Nuvo Yellow crystal drop centers,  a hand written 'Spring' sentiment and VIOLA! my card is ready to mail.

I hope you will come join in our challenge fun and remember,
Diane has a prize up for grabs for one lucky random winner!
Here's a peek at today's prize ... this adorable Cottage Cutz Rabbit die!!
You need to play to win so what are you waiting for?????

Challenges to share in:
Paperminutes Challenge #476 - Spring
Tuesday Throwdown Challenge #332 - Things with Wings
Frilly and Funkie Challenge - Welcome Spring
Scrapy Land Challenge #61 - ATG with Dies
Thanks for stopping by and as always . . .

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