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Festive Spring Floral Card

Today is my birthday and I wanted to make a festive floral card bursting with color for spring.  
Perfectly Plaid Green background

This card definitely has a lot going on:

  • I started by stamping the Doodle Buds (by WPlus9) images, then colored with Copic Markers (V17, RV00, RV02, RV04, RV09, Y17, YG67, YG25) and finally fussy cut.
  • Next I used a 2 1/2\” punch to cut out a circle near the top of some Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid plaid paper.  I wanted to distress it a bit so I used some Hero Arts Moss Ink around the edges and circle.
  • I put some craft foam on the back of the Perfectly Plaid panel and adhered it to a lighter green card.  Next I used foam tape to add the fussy cut floral pieces.
  • The sentiment is heat embossed on black card stock.
  • I finished off by adding some Wink of Stella (which didn\’t photograph well) and some sequins (SSS All Hallows Eve).  
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
The Card Concept Pineapple Party.I used the fun festive colors of green, pink and yellow.  I am not sure if this card is Clean and Layered or Mixed Media (4 mediums:  Gina K Amalgam ink, distressing using Moss ink, heat embossing, Copic coloring)…or a combination of both. 
Allsorts Spring Flowers – I used fresh bright colors for my Spring Flowers Entry.  
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Alphabet Challenge – X is for eXtra Bling  I topped my card off with sequins and Wink of Stella.
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Lawn Fawnatics Challenge  The weather here is sunny with blooming flowers on a Perfectly Plaid lawn.

Thanks for stopping by!
Karen

5 thoughts on “Festive Spring Floral Card

  1. this is so perfect for the What's the Weather challenge! love those flowers! so sweet and spring-y! thank you SO much for playing along with the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge! 🙂

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