Sunday, 16 June 2019

Summer Flowers

Hello.  Welcome.  It's warm and wonderful in Norway today and the garden is blooming.  I made a card using Rubber Dance stamps and the lovely summery challenge colours and went all floral background.

I used Salty Ocean and Twisted Citron distress ink and stamped the beautiful chrysanthemum stamps from the Bold and Beautiful set all over the background.  The beautiful Violinist is stamped directly on the background and the Happy Birthday sentiment added using some cute little tags and a flower brad.  

Hop over to the blog for all the details and a step by step how to do.

 You can link up your makes using the challenge colours and/or anything goes in our fb group until the end of the month for your chance to win a grab bag of Rubber Dance stamps.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
The Flower Challenge 33 - Focus on Background Stamping
Cards Und More Challenge #37 - Florals
Penny Black and More Challenge - Blooms/Butterflies/Bugs 


  1. I love your muted stamped background Gail and then the image stamped over in black, thanks so much for sharing and joining in our June theme at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

  2. Such a beautiful card Gail and you made such a lovely background with those lovely flowers too. Thanks for sharing with us over at 'The Flower Challenge' ;) Viv DT xx

  3. This background is fantastic, looks very much like a wallpaper pattern, and blue/green combos always look so fresh too. The victorian look of the woman image goes with the background so perfectly, as does the 'happy birthday' tags. Its so very fabulous and I'm so glad you shared it with us at The Flower Challenge!

  4. Hi Gail, another wonderful project. Thanks for joining the Cards und More Shop Blog Challenge. Greets


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