Hi, everyone! Today's Featured Stamper is the sweet and talented Cary aka Miss Minx......what a fabulous gallery!!! After cruising every page, I finally decided on this beautiful card to recreate......haven't made a fence like this in years, so I thought it would be fun to try it again. The background was stamped with a new January set from Our Daily Bread designs, called 'Lavender'. The fence was stamped with the ODBD 'Wood Background', then punched with an SU tag punch. The clouds were sponged over a punched scalloped circle. Thanks so much for looking! Have a very blessed day!
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Date: Sunday, December 29, 2013 GMT Views: 1128
Registered: March 11, 2007 Location: In my Garden in West Jefferson, Ohio Posts: 4296
Sun, Dec 29, 2013 @ 12:30 PM
Oh Angella.............lavender is my VERY favorite herb. Started me on the road to gardening when I was in junior high school which was back in the early 60s. I've visited lavender farms in England, France, Squim, WA, Gettysburg, PA., Indiana, Michigan, Virginia, all over New England and all over Ohio.
Will have to look for this new stamp set. I'm the sunshine lady for my herb society and lavender is our mascot herb. Don't be surprised if you see one something like this in January in the gallery!!! ha ha Of course I will reference your amazing card.
Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful card....it's going to my favs!!!
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
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Sun, Dec 29, 2013 @ 12:38 PM
What a LOVELY card! I really really like the Grey fence (and wasn't that a trip down memory lane making the fences from the tag punch!) and the lavender instead of the sunflowers and the little tag hanging off the fence. Thank you so much for your kind comments ~ they made my heart happy :0)
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