Hi Crafty Friends,
I made a cute little piggy scene for the Craft Roulette Challenge 153 and Sweet N' Sassy VIP Challenge with the theme of Spring. I stenciled my background and added the beautiful flowers from IAM Roses!
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What is your favorite flower of spring?
A: Me? I like tulips
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This is socute Meghan!! I love your pig deal card great colors and lots of fun layersReplyDelete
Thank you for entering the DL.ART March 2023 Linky challenge and/or
Have a blessed day
💗💗💗 this! What a fantastic use of the parameters! I didn't think of using flowers like you did; I have a host of TH flowers I could have inked and added. ☺ Thank you for playing with me at Park Hopping, My Happy Place. My favorite spring flower is also the tulip. BTW, there is also a Peppa Pig Theme Park. Have a crafty day! Cheers, MakiraReplyDelete
Aww, your sweet and pretty card made me smile- lovely bright colours, cute little pig and fabulous layered frame. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz this week.ReplyDelete
Love the layering. Cute card.ReplyDelete
I watch for crocus, than the daffodils.
Need to go look - I think some may
be up in the back yard. thanks for
We can't grow tulips in southern California, so my favorite that I can grow is....Daffodils. There are many varieties, and they are so cute!! I love your piggie.The little smirk is adorable.ReplyDelete
Cute card with the pig and all the layers!ReplyDelete
I love the daffodils! I have quite a few of them planted in my yard.
Awwwwwe. So sweet! I want one. My ultimate favorite is the Lenten Rose. A green "shrub" that bursts into only flowers around lent and stays in a bloom all spring and early summer. Then the green foliage slowly take over and obscure the flowers. In fall you cut it to the ground and next Lent it springs up even in the snow with the beautiful flowers all over again.ReplyDelete
Simply adorable and love all the pink and all the layers. I love gardenias for their scent.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Meghan, for linking your little piggie to FarmQuest General Store's anything farm country goes! I'd love for you to come back with any of your rural country topic cards! In my yard the 2 favorites are roses and peonies. It will be a few months yet before I'll have those blooming. (north central IL) I would love to have a lilac bush. That was a childhood favorite--along with the spireas that we had, both pinkish lilac color and white.ReplyDelete