Sunday, 31 March 2013

Have a Blessed Easter

Hope you all enjoyed a full day with family and friends. 
This Easter weekend has heralded the first real days of spring. It was RAINING tonight, but finally its not snow; just a soft drizzle washing the streets clean...

Here are a couple of snapshots of the pot of daffodils we took out to our cousins this evening.
The bunny image is from CTMH's Sensational Spring, stamped in Memento Rich Cocoa and coloured with alcohol markers. The pinwheels (see link to Paper Wishes template HERE) were made using assorted CTMH double-sided papers, card-stock and brads, affixed to chopsticks with Liquid Glass (which besides working like Glossy Accents, is a super-duper adhesive).

I am linking this up to Heart2Heart's final challenge of March--Easter projects, and to MoxieFab World's Spring decor.

TTFN

10 comments:

  1. What a great flower arrangement/pot! Love the pinwheels and the stamped piece too!

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  2. What a lovely pot of flowers for your cousin. The Easter bunny card in the middle is so cute!

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  3. Super cute additions to your flower pot. I just love pinwheels.

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  4. I was going to make some plant stakes...just haven't yet. This is cute!

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  5. Love your project! Cute pinwheel flowers too! Found you by your Moxie Fab entry!

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  6. That's gorgeous! Perfect way to personalize a potted plant, thanks for sharing and good luck in the Moxie Fab Challenge!

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  7. So sweet... and that image takes me back to 518 15th Street and story time with Mum's older BP books!! Cute pinwheels and the hostess gifts are great!!

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  8. that is so sweet. looks lovely

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  9. I love the sweet image and your fab coloring. The pinwheels are so pretty...I thought they were flowers!

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