Thursday, February 16, 2012

Happy Spring!

Good morning!  As promised, I'm back today with a Cottage Cutz card.  I'm thinking Spring on this bright and beautiful Thursday by breaking out my new dies from the Spring release at The Scrapping Cottage.  For this card, I used the Watering Can with Tulips and Bunnies in the Grass Border, both of which are 4x6 dies and are now shipping.  Many of them are selling out fast, so get or orders in ASAP!

 

The watering can and tulips were cut with white card stock and colored with Copic markers, and with a little spring paper, ribbon, and some pearl embellishments, this card is finished and ready for wishing someone special a happy spring.

I'm so happy you could stop by today.  Wishing you a blessed and beautiful day and happy stamping!


10 comments:

Viv said...

Lorie, this card is SO pretty! The dies are great and you've shown them off so beautifully as only you can do. Wonderful! I LOVE these dies.
Loads of love, Viv xxx

jessica said...

What a beautiful card Lorie! I am so ready to see the flowers start to bloom! TFS and have a great day :)

April said...

The tulips drew me in! And, I love the pearl accents on them! Spring-alicious!

Imke said...

Wow, this is amazing, Lorie ! The can and flowers looks like a die cute. That it is handmade and coloring with Copics- Just WOW !!

Judy McMullen said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Love your tulips, one of my fav flowers, and love the pearl trim! Wonderful card, my friend!!!

Janice W. said...

It sure does say Spring to me! Beautifully done Lorie!
Love and hugs, Janice

UnikeByYes said...

LOVE it! Everything is just perfect TFS,
Have a great day!
Liz

Glora said...

WOW beautiful! I just love the way you colored the can and the tulips! They are PERFECT! I'm SO ready for spring :)! Hugs- Glora

Mrs Frizz said...

absolutely gorgeous ... have to be honest and say there is not one Copic marker in my scrap room ... haven't dabbled with them myself ...

Cindy :) said...

gorgeous, that die is a good size, I wondered, you did a fabulous job on this Lorie!

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