Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Morning Glory, Geraniums and Tulips.......

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Hello Everyone: I'm here again wishing all of you health and safety, as the Country slowly attempts to get back to "business as usual", be cautious and safe.

My RETRO RUBBER teammates and I have another Tic, Tac, Toe challenge for you to play with for the next 10 days, I hope to see you in our gallery.
Here's the card I made using the last horizontal row.

Have you ever lost something in your craft room, gave up looking and then found it again? Well, the little flower pots on this card are from a totally forgotten "Flower Soft" kit I bought maybe 7 or 8 years ago, I still have 2 uncut sheets of flower pots, 3 of glass vases and 3 of urns, so pretty and detailed, all you have to do is fussy cut them.
The flowers are from an old Flourishes set called "From the Garden" (2012), I stamped them on white card stock, colored them with my Prismacolor pencils and then fussy cut them.
The butterfly is from a SU set called "Papillon Potpourri" (2012-2013)
I used an old birch stencil for my background, the pattern paper is from a retired line from Lili of the Valley.
This is the INSIDE of my card.


The sentiment and gardening tools are from the Flourishes set.

I hope you come and play along with us at RETRO RUBBER, please remember to use stamps older than one year, read our rules for more details.

I'm playing along with these challenges.

May Challenge "In the Garden"
Dare2BArtzy Blog

Thank you for visiting today.
Stay healthy and safe.


  1. These are the cutest little arrangements ! Just adorable !
    Love the sentiment inside !

  2. Very sweet, Maria. The flowers seem to leap off the page but then, you are the master of the coloured pencil!

  3. Hi Maria, it has been a while since I have stopped by, sorry I have not been such a great teammate. Your card is beautiful, love the flower pots and your coloring. And I love the sentiment inside of your card.

  4. I cannot even believe your fussy cutting on this, Maria! You sure could have fooled me. I've never seen this stamp set look so cute. Love your stenciled background and the ledge you made for the pots to sit on.