Sunday, 10 February 2013

Ode to Spring

Hi Nomad friends.  It was a lovely sunny day today but very cold.  Crispy underfoot.  Despite that the rabbits seem to think it's time to be doing springy things, running around a lot and making sure who the boss is.  I think they are a bit early but maybe they know something I don't.  Entirely possible as the little brain cell is feeling very challenged at the moment.  I did have the urge to be out in the garden and do something but since the ground is frozen and there is ice everywhere I just took a wistful look and went back indoors.  I did manage to do something useful inside and put this little creation together for the Cheery Lynn Challenge

I decided to make a diamond fold card.  It seems to be in the spring mood as well since I had trouble getting it to stay shut to take a before photo.  At least it will be impressive when it explodes from the envelope.......

Open ..........

and some detail...........

I used My Minds Eye double sided cardstock, mirror card, + other card and paper
Cheery Lynn Hummingbird, Mini Dimensional Butterflies, Spring Flower Burst Doily
Sizzix Flowers and Vine #3
Xcut small flower punch and brads

Entering this for
Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 66 - Add a Flourish
Scraphaugen Februar
Ett Trykk - Trykkpressa Februar

Thanks for dropping by.  Keep warm, keep well, be happy and craft away......


  1. I love that card fold and that doily is one of my favorites. Thank you very much for joining us this week at Cheery Lynn Designs.

  2. Beautiful spring creation - its gorgeous! :)

    Thanks so much for joining us at Cheery Lynn Designs this week,



  3. Loveley card.
    Thank you for joining us at Scraphaugen.

    DT-Jorunn Elin

  4. A wonderful card, make me longing for spring.

  5. So pretty :) Thanks for participating in Trykkpressa this month :)


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