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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Blog Hop Continues....

This color combination always reminds me of Spring.
I have a quilt that is made from exactly these shades (Baja Breeze, So Saffron, and white).
It is a family favorite, due in large part to how lovely this color combination is.

  • Sahara Sand CS, Baja Breeze CS, So Saffron CS, Whisper White CS
  • Creative Elements
  • Baja Breeze Ink Pad, So Saffron Ink Pad
  • Framelits, Taffeta Ribbon, Paper Snips, Dimensionals

Dee Slater       
Joan Robertson
Tamera Gadberry
Jennifer Kay    
Judy Johnson   
Bridgett Owens


Kathy said...

Very pretty color combo. I don't think I would have thought to put them together, but I love it.Thanks for sharing.

Bridgett Owens said...

I love these colors together! This is definitely a spring themed card! Love the layering, too! Beautiful job! :)

Gina Wrona said...

love the 3d effect!

Kari said...

These colors are beautiful together, thank you so much for sharing

goofins said...

These colors are so pretty together, I love it. I might have the supplies for this I would have to check. Thank you for sharing.

Hello, I'm Tami, said...

Very pretty, really like the way you popped up the flower, I love layering those die's too, one of my favorite new tools :)

transfirstteach said...

Joan, I love your color combinations. It reminds me of one of my favorite quilts. The card is beautiful. I love the ribbon and the way the flower is layered up on dimensionals. TFS

Tiffany Bauer said...

What a beauty!!! Love how you layered the framelits and that flower is awesome!!

I will be featuring this card on My Crafty Picks #57 with a link back to your blog on 3-18-12. Make sure to stop by to check out all the picks and to pick up your blog badge to display on your blog for being featured!!

If you wish to decline please email me by responding to this comment to let me know.

Thanks and take care
Tiffany Bauer

LeAnne said...

Totally gorgeous. My hands-down favorite vintagey stamp, favorite colors, and I would never have thought to stamp yellow on kraft....but it WORKS!

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