Sunday, 31 May 2015

Remember This

Hello.  Welcome.  A busy day here today.  Finally spring, tomorrow summer LOL.   The last day of May already.  Juggling a bit of craft with gardening and taking care of the animals.  Here's the May pages of my heart shaped calendar for The Craft Barn Challenge.  This month the theme was Magenta and Flowers and I came up with this.

I have used plain card for my base cut using Sizzix Scaloped heart die.  I decided to go with the Rubber Dance Challenge colours so edged the hearts with Butterscotch paint.  I used Dreamweavers yellow embossing paste and Stamplorations Happy Flower stencil.  I stamped Unity Stamp Co. Beach Girl and watercoloured her.  I stamped Rubber Dance Stamps sentiment from the Happy Dance set in purple on yellow patterned paper. 

'Go Where The Music Takes You'  Good idea......

Joining the fun at

Thanks for dropping by.  Off to enjoy the sunshine.  Hugz


  1. LOVE your stencilled background, Gail, and the idea of having a heart-shaped book! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  2. Lovely and bright I can feel the summer coming! Not at all like the weather in the UK...

  3. Beautiful, the colours are stunning!! Thank you for joining in The Craft Barn Challenge.
    Jane x

  4. I love your calendar pages, Gail! Lovely composition and color palette!

  5. Love your heart shaped calendar! Really sweet idea.
    Thank you so much for entering this one to our May challenge!

  6. Lovely card, love that it is shaped, Thanks for joining our challenge at Hiding In My Craft Room.
    cathy dt

  7. Wonderful calender!! love the image you have used
    Thanks for joining us at Hiding in my Craft Room
    Cheers Jennie DTM


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