Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Papertrey Ink February Blog Hop


Hello...another quick post today with my card for PTI's blog hop. The theme is spring and I pulled out Year of Flowers - Daffodils, I don't think you can get much more spring than this.  I fussy cut my flower and used some glossy accents for the flower middle to make it stand out a bit.  I love this sentiment from the set too, so perfect for spring.  Thank you so much for stopping by and have a fabulous day!

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Ingredients
Solid Card Stock: PTI - White, Simply Chartreuse, Lemon Tart and Vellum
Stamsps: PTI - Year of Flowers - Daffodils
Brads: My stash
Ink: PTI - Lemon Tart and VersaMark

30 comments :

  1. This just smacks of spring. Love the sentiment on the vellum.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  2. This is just beautiful and truly is the epitome of spring.

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  3. Beautiful coloring, fabulous spring card!

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  4. I love your card (great minds think alike), and I totally agree; daffodils practically scream "spring". ; )

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  5. The glossy accents are the perfect addition Kim.

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  6. A perfect flower to represent spring with a perfect sediment equals the perfect spring card, Kim! Loving it!! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. Daffodils definitely say spring to me - lovely card Kim!

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  8. Kim, this is just beautiful. A real burst of sunshine. I love that daffodil stamp, too. I was just thinking the other day how I wish I had that one.

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  9. I love how you used Glossy Accents on the center of this pretty yellow flower! You are going to need that brightness with all the rain coming your way. But we need it!

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  10. I can't wait to see the daffodils poking their little heads out of the ground!! Pretty spring card Kim!

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  11. Daffodils...love daffodils, therefore I love your card. Mathematical logic! Hugs~c

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  12. beautiful card- perfect for spring

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  13. I always know that spring is here when I see the buttercups all along the side of the roads...
    you couldn't have described Spring more perfectly than this image! :)
    Beautiful!

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  14. Kim gorgeous card and wow on the fussy cutting, between you and Joyce today I am shopping at PTI again! :)

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  15. Great idea to hilight the daffodil middle! Bold and beautiful!

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  16. What a beautiful and happy card- Irma

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  17. This definitely screams Spring! So beautiful Kim!

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  18. The wind is howling, it is -41C with the windchill....do you know how nice it is to see this beautiful daffodil gracing my computer screen? Totally warmed me up from the top of my pointy little head to the tips of my stubby wee toes! The subtle stamped background is beautiful! The bit of gloss really adds a nice sheen to the centre of the flower!

    Thanks for my little dose of spring on this cold Manitoba winter day!

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  19. A wonderful ray of sunshine, Kim ... fabulous subtle background (like Wordworth's daffodils, fluttering and dancing in the breeze!) and such a lovely sheen on the main image! Anita :)

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  20. Love the background & adding Glossy Accents to that wonderful daffodil--Beautiful springy card, Kim!

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  21. Kim, your cards are always so bright and cheery!

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  22. Beautiful sunny flower! I love that close up that shows off all that shine. Why do Glossy accents never look this good when I'm using them? :(

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  23. Love this sign of spring! Your background is wonderful and the daffodil is so lovely!

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  24. Daffodils definitely make me think of Spring, Kim! Maybe it will not be too much longer! Love the card and the effect of the glossy accenting. Beautiful!

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  25. Catching up on all your blog posts Kim. For some reason, I can't comment on your blog from my iPad. LOVE the subtle background you stamped on this card especially. Very pretty.

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