Saturday, 16 May 2015

An Elephant Remembers

Hello.  Welcome.  Been having some challenges this evening making roses.  Obviously I need some more practice.  Finally got the hang so here's a spring happy birthday elephant

My background was created using Dylusion Jade spray.  All the dies are Cheery Lynn; Eloise the Elephant, Small Tea Rose and Birthday.  

Joining the fun at
Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 184 - Roses
Mynn's Birthday Bash Celebration  Happy Birthday/Blogaversary Mynn
Our Creative Corner - April Showers Bring May Flowers 
Crafting Musketeers Challenge #25 - Use a Die Cut Happy 2nd Birthday
Scribble and Scrap Challenge 44 - Anything Goes 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. Gail, this is a great birthday card, love that background and your lovely roses. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

  2. This is fab, love it all. Thank you for joining in with us at Scribble & Scrap Challenge and good luck. Chris DT x

  3. Sweet Eloise! Love your card, Gail!

  4. Hi, Gail! I LOVE this fun card--the image/sentiment combined is absolutely beautiful! Thank you SO MUCH for linking up with my Birthday Giveaway at On A Stampage! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

  5. lovely card Gail thank you for joining us at crafting musketeers x Paula Dt

  6. Hi Gail! Oh what a fun and clever birthday card! :) I love the shower of water coming out of the elephant's trunk, giving those lovely little blooms a little bath!! Just toooo fun!! Thank you sooo much for coming over to my April Showers Bring May Flowers challenge at Our Creative Corner this month! XOXO-Shari

  7. Hi Gail: I saw your card at "On a Stampage" and had to pay a visit to your blog, because the die-cut elephant against the lustrous background was an eye-catcher. The elephant is adorable...absolutely adorable.


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