lowers come in so many variations! I just love that there isn’t just one type of daffodil. When I was young my mom had a nice flower garden and I would always marvel at all of the different tulips, daffodils, and irises, as well as all of the other flowers.
Well, it looks like this is the second spring card I have made this year with the mouse and flowers. Oops! I was actually going to use one of the other critters from this set, but the mouse is just so darn cute and I am powerless to resist. I have problems resisting cute.
eeps, some people like them and some people don’t. I happen to like them. One way or the other I don’t think it is truly Easter without them. They are so very iconic.
While at the craft store this weekend there was a display of dollar stamps and I asked my nephew to pick out one for me. This is the one he picked! I love this guy! I also love that he goes so well with the sentiment from one of my recent Simon Says Stamps card kits.
This card makes me excited for spring to come. OK, I just want it to warm up! I know I shouldn’t complain too much since we haven’t gotten the worst of the cold this winter here, but I don’t do well in the cold. I have a small window of temperature that I actually function well in, and I think it falls during allergy season…
This was actually a really fun card to make. Pulling out the red embossing powder I was so excited about for Christmas to use on this card to make a fun Valentine’s day card. It brought back a memory of a friends mom who was so savvy as to realize that if you hit after Christmas sales and get red and white items you are ahead of the game for Valentines.