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Since I hail from the Pacific Northwest, green is everywhere I look. All the plants and trees are growing and our notorious rain helps things really green up quick. A little fertilizer on the grass doesn't hurt either!
Let's turn the gallery green, if only for a day!
Be sure to check out my sample below.
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SCS Gallery Moderator Splitcoast Challenge Hostess Tickle a Teapotter Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Oh yes! We've had real live sunshine the last couple of days, and while Ireland is almost always green, the sunshine just makes it look so much greener. I'll be along in a couple of hours after some errands done with my thinking cap on . Thanks, Toni.
Great challenge, Toni. I took you literally and used ONLY greens on my card face....the card base is cream CS. It was fun trying to limit myself to green papers and inks and see what I could do with that limitation. Thanks!
Toni- thanks for the challenge- there is green everywhere here in NW Washington! I was inspired by the wonderful fruits, flowers and veggies we can grow- and used a large Thanksgiving stamp for my card, paper piecing the different sections, which I stamped with different colors. Here's Sweet Summer Collage
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