Monday, 3 March 2014

More Daffodils!

Hi Everyone, a beautiful afternoon, with a Springlike quality, blue skies, sun and hubby getting the garden ready for Spring flowers.

My card today takes up on the Spring like feeling I have, you know I love my daffodils, so couldn't resist using Paper Garden Projects Daffodil stamp AGAIN, I know, Again, but it is beautiful.

I have used multiples of the digi, coloured on PS, then added a Victorian fence cut on my Cricut with an SVG file from Quilling patch and grass an SVG from Cards by Birds and of course a quote from William Wordsworth, it had to be didn't it?

The grass looks on a slant, but I have measured it, and it isn't - honest!


I'll be entering the following challenges

http://simplylessismoore.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/week-161-colour.html  Yellow and Green - Yep!

http://www.scribbleandscrapcrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/challenge-13-always-anything-goes.html  Anything Goes - Yep!

http://cagichallenge.blogspot.ca/2014/03/flowers-galore.html  Flowers galore - Yep!

http://allsortschallenge.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/week-248-spring-is-coming.html  Spring is coming - Yep!






Who would have thought this sky last evening would bring such a beautiful day today.
 This is looking over the mountain to the sea from our house.




13 comments:

  1. Hello Faith,I love your golden Daffodils and card. Thank you for your kind comments.
    Hugs x

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  2. love your daffies and the sweet fence. x

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  3. Gorgeous card, loving your fence and the straight grass, so well put together with the daffies. Thanks for joining us at the Come And Get It challenge this week.

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  4. Hi Faith
    Such a pretty card love those daffs mine are all in bud too that pic looks very moody but glad your day turned out nice and bright
    Jacki x

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  5. This is so gorgeous Faith, I love daffodils and have a couple of bunches in my kitchen right now. Thank you so much for joining us at Allsorts for our Spring is Coming challenge x

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  6. Faith, love your card. I really must start using my electronic cutting machines (I have a cricut and a Silhouette, don't really know how to use either one!). Love the way you did the repetitive flowers. Our daffodil shoots are just beginning to pop out of the ground (tulips too). Thanks for sharing that awesome picture - it's fantastic. On the light box - that was not my idea, just my adaptation of the link I had provided in that post. It really works well, especially at night! 'Course it would help a lot if I were a better photographer to start! I do use some Photoshop edits to make my pics look a little better. A tutorial I found on Split Coast Stampers and it has helped me a lot. I am 'self-taught' with the PS too..Can't wait to see your tutorial or advice. TFS & Hugs.

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  7. A lovely card Faith. I love daffodils too but am having to buy them at the moment as there is no sign of them in our garden yet.

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  8. Your card is a delight and just perfect for our Spring theme.

    Thanks you so much for sharing your lovely work with us at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

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  9. It had to be duffs for you didn't it !
    Super!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Less is More

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  10. What a beautiful spring garden! I love your daffodils along the fence!

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  11. Gorgeous daffs!
    Thanks for joining this week’s Less is More Challenge
    Anne
    (Guest LIM commenter!)

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  12. What a lovely array of golden daffodils - beautiful card - thanks for entering it into our Scribble and scrap's anything goes challenge xx

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