I have been trying to catch up on my crafting this weekend but it has taken me longer than I anticipated! I have managed to get a few spring cards made inspired by the colour combo set at Simon Says Flickr Challenge.
I have used the Simon Says Flowers of Whimsy stamp set and stamped it in soft colours in the background topped off with a Simon Says stitched circle die and a sentiment from SSS Birthday.
I will also link up at Simon's Wednesday Challenge Blog to create your own background.
I made a slightly more CAS design using the same stamps and colours:
I will link this one up at AAA cards where the theme is springtime.
The boys are back to school tomorrow after Easter break so we are just bracing ourselves for getting back in to the work, school, sleep routine :)
Thanks for stopping by!
Beautiful cards, Sarah! I love how you played with the color combo paired with this sweet flower stamp!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you played in the Simon Says Stamp Flickr challenge, Sarah! Your flowers are absolutely delightful! You used the colors for the challenge beautifully! Thanks for playin'!ReplyDelete
Sarah, rthese designs are so FRESH and crisp and clean, LOVE them!! Thanks for joining us at AAA Cards, we are very glad that you are sharing your creativity with us!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! Love this stamp set, so very refreshing and springlike. Thanks so much for linking up with AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
Those stamps are fantastic Sarah and so versatile.ReplyDelete
Love how you've used the stunning springtime colours - they just pop.
thanks for playing along at AAA Cards. Sarah x
These cards gave a smile! Thanks! Such a beautiful colours!ReplyDelete
Awesome use of Spring colors - Thanks for joining in at AAA!ReplyDelete
Love all the yummy spring colors you used.ReplyDelete
I don't think these get any more spring like, Sarah ... they're such pretty blooms in a range of gorgeous colours ... both fabulous! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Fun image and works so well in both designs but my fav has to be the CAS version!! Wonderful fresh coloirs xReplyDelete