Smiling with another Scrapbook Boutique Bloghop & Giveaway!

Welcome back, it’s time for the new challenge at Scrapbook Boutique, and that means that it’s also time for  a blog hop…    and of course yet more wonderful prizes to be won!  You should have arrived here from  Sue’s  inspirational blog!    And YOU have a chance to WIN this gorgeous stamp set from Flourishesall you need to do is  leave a comment at each blog along the hop, you have until midday 17th September (you must have an Australian address to be eligible) and the winner will be announced at the Scrapbook Boutique blog  September 18th

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For all the deets on how to WIN a $30 gift voucher  just stop by Scrapbook Boutique blog, you have until the end of September to join us!

Spring is in the Air

This month the challenge is  Spring is in the Air  and I just had to play with some fabulous stamps from Hero Arts & Flourishes.

Gotta say that this is not my fave colour combination and when I think about it maybe it’s the fact that my school uniform was dark green and bright yellow and I wore it for way too many years….   I don’t mind how this card turned out but you can’t love everything you make right, I’m thinking maybe in different colours?

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Smiling – Detail
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Smiling

From here you are heading to the Scrapbook Boutique Blog, thanks for joining us, it’s been so much fun!

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Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – Yellow Ochre, Lemon Yellow, Olive Green, Limepeel, French Grey 50, 70%.

32 thoughts on “Smiling with another Scrapbook Boutique Bloghop & Giveaway!

  1. I think your card looks beautiful in yellow and green, however I can understand your aversion to it (school uniforms will do that). I love your background and the single butterfly is just beautiful, Therese!

  2. Love the interest you have created with the two different styles. My uniform was brown – never wear it now (brown, that is – too old for the uniform and too fat!). To me yellow is always spring.

  3. Gorgeous card as always. The butterfly is perfect and I love the way I feel drawn to open the card. (And you’ve possibly explained my aversion to green on cards – my primary school uniform!)

  4. My uniform wasn’t yellow, but I still have an aversion to it..however, your card is gorgeous and it definately says spring. Great work.

  5. What a neat idea to have the detail colouring on the inside of the card…it’s very effective use of this stamp. The butterfly is beautifully done as well. Thanks for the inspiration you share. Di

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