June Garden – Thinking of You

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  • Stamp – Hero Arts K4897 “CardArt Flower Tapestry”
  • Patterned papers – Creative Imaginations “Bojo” and My Mind’s Eye “Indie Chic” (6″ X 6″ pads)
  • Cardstock – Paper Accents
  • Zig Clean Color watercolor markers
  • Watercolor paper – Strathmore 140# cold press

I created this card in less than 90 minutes for a challenge at the Hero Arts Flickr Group. I’m mentioning this mainly because the time period is quite a big challenge for me, since I am pretty methodical when I’m designing a card. Periodically we (in this Flickr group) have a timed card making challenge called a Scramble (we have to make the card and post it to the group within that time frame) and this morning we had one with a theme of Summer Fun. Since gardening goes hand-in-hand with summer here in the Pacific Northwest, I selected this older wood-mount stamp from my Hero Arts stash. This card is also fitting for the Simon Says Stamp Blog Monday Challenge: Summer Garden. Thanks for stopping by.

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3 responses to “June Garden – Thinking of You

  • craftyd

    Beautiful card, love the colors.

  • friendofben

    This card is absolutely amazing! I have never seen anything quite like it and I love, love, LOVE how you pieced together the different patterns and colors so perfectly! This reminded me of the most beautiful quilt there could ever be and each layer pairs so nicely with what’s around it. Clever, clever use of space and color and I found it totally inspirational. Thank you so much for sharing this with us for this week’s Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

  • Conniecrafter

    love the colors, so sweet!

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