April 17, 2013

April Waltzingmouse Blog Party - Spring Flowers



It's the 17th and time for this month's Waltzingmouse Blog Party!
This month theme is Spring Flowers.  Since I don't have any flower sets in my collection YET from Waltzingmouse I used the snowflake from Sewing Box Christmas to create my springtime flowers.






All supplies are from Waltzingmouse unless otherwise noted.

Cardstock:  White, Raspberry Fizz (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Sunnyside (Pebbles)
Stamps: Sewing Box Christmas (WM) Flower Friends (Simon Says)
Ink:  True Black (Papertrey Ink)
other: Linen & Canvas Impression Plate (Papertrey Ink)

33 comments :

Mary Pat Siehl said...

love those papers! so pretty

Lisa said...

Now THIS is SWEET!!! Love your pretty little trio of blooms Tracey, cute cute card!!

LeAnne said...

I love ALL things WM, and this is no exception! SWEET!

Marybeth said...

Tracey grate way to improvise! Love your sweet spring blooms and pink cardstock!

Jeanne J said...

Brilliant! And so unexpected!!! I love a surprise and finding different ways to use my stamps! Good thinking and looks amazing!

walchowDesign said...

Clever use of the stamp set! Great mix of the patterned papers too!

Julia Aston said...

I just love the homespun look of your pretty paperpieced blooms Tracey!

Renee said...

Simply perfect!!
And you used those gorgeous papers!;)
They're perfect for these stitched blooms!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Beautifully done Tracey. Your patterned flowers look amazing against the white background with that hint of dimension! Great job.

Emily Keaton said...

Gorgeous! I love the layering of the flowers!

Sarah said...

I would never have guessed the stamp was a snowflake - ingenious!!
Gorgeous card.

Janet Zeppa said...

Your "snowflake" flowers are beautiful!!

Virginia L. said...

Brilliant design! I love how you used the snow flake for the flowers!! If you didn't mention that's how it was used, I'd never know that you used a wintery themed stamps~ Love it, Tracey!

Deepti said...

Oh my God :) this is sooooooooooo pretty. I love how well u have coordinated the pattern paper :)

-Aneta- said...

Soo pretty :) One of my favourtie stampsets ! I love how you designed your card :)

Joyce said...

Very creative to make those snowflakes into flowers. On that beautiful patterned paper, they really do look like flowers. Such a beautiful card.

Kara said...

so cool!! love your 'flowers'!!

Vickie Z said...

Ahh... I would have never been so creative... snowflakes to blooms and they are totally are perfect!! Love the papers!

Kim Heggins said...

Tracey, you are just too clever to use those fabby snowflakes and turn them into stunning flowers, so bright and sweet, the perfect card for spring!

~amy~ said...

Wonderful spring card!!!

carol (krillsister) said...

Very creative way to make your flowers. Great pattern papers you chose.

Deborah Frings said...

Such inventive flowers - love the pretty papers and the textured background too!

Gabi MeWi said...

I just love your card.

Kate said...

This is sew cute (pardon the pun). Seriously though I love it (might even have to CASE it)

Craftilicious said...

Gorgeous paper-piecing.

Kelly S. said...

OH my WORD, Tracey! This is a brilliant idea!!!! Didn't even recognize those snowflakes all dolled up in their springy patterns...in those awesome Sunnyside papers no less! So creative and FUN!

Cathy Weber said...

Wow. You truly are so smart! I would never have thought to use the snowflakes as flowers! They look wonderful Tracey, perfect for a Spring flower card. Love the subtle impression on the card base too!

Michelle said...

These snowflakes look so pretty as flowers! Love the patterns you chose, Tracey!

Jen W. said...

Genius idea to use the snowflakes especialy with those gorgeous papers!

KayM said...

Oh those stitched flowers are sooooo cute! I love the papers you chose too! Very very wonderful card!

Jean said...

Are you ever clever - Love the beautiful paper you used for the flowers!

Jinny Newlin said...

Oooo! LOVE the paper-piecing, and your palette screams springtime! Cute!

Kelly Griglione said...

Great mixing of patterns, Tracey! I need to get that linen IP out more often. I always think it won't show up enough, but it certainly does here!