Sentimental Bluebells – a publication share.

Hi there, I’m back today with another set of cards that I was lucky enough to have published with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine.  As soon as I saw this pretty little set of flowers from AnnaBelles I knew that it had to be in the blues and greens and this paper pad from Teresa Collins worked perfectly.

Get Well Soon
Get Well Soon
Gift - Detail
Gift – Detail
Gift
Gift
Thinking of You - Detail
Thinking of You – Detail
Thinking of You
Thinking of You
Happy Birthday - Detail
Happy Birthday – Detail
Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday

Phew!

That was certainly a lot of photos, glad to see you made it through.  I’ll be back again real soon.

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Other Supplies:  ABS – Turquoise Satin Ribbon.????  Prismacolor Pencils – Powder Blue, True Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Spring Green,  Apple Green, Olive Green, White, Warm Grey 20%, 50%.

14 thoughts on “Sentimental Bluebells – a publication share.

  1. Congrats on another “Well Deserved” publication, Therese! Your cards are absolutely STUNNING!!! I’ve scrolled up and down a few times to ‘drink in’ all the beauty in this lovely card set…wow! You have such a great eye (and hands) for detail, so I am not one bit surprised your cards are published many times over…Bravo!!!

  2. What a gorgeous stamp set, Therese! Your beautiful cards really do it justice too 🙂 Love the soft colors, layouts and design of each~~so worthy of being published, Congratulations!

  3. These are a beautiful set of cards Therese. I love the bright but delicate designs although my fave is the last card….. It’s like a pencil drawing from a botanists collection :0)
    Jenny x

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