Apr 012014

No Stamps. No Ink.  Just pure delicious paper goodness.  Sometimes this addiction of mine just has to be realized!

The text on the “Forget Me Nots” paper reads, “rain, rain go away come again another day” which suggests maybe a Get Well or Encouragement type of card.  But with that exception, all the other cards could be used for lots of occasions… Birthday, Thank You, Hello, Happy Spring, Easter, Mother’s Day and of course Get Well or Encouragement, too.

Below are individual pictures of each card.  If you want to see a larger image of them, just click on the thumbnails.


Playing along in the following two challenges:

Simon Says Monday Challenge “Anything Goes”
Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge – April

Happy Crafting!
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All Cards:
Papers
: PTI Select White; Pebbles “Garden Party”
Accessories
: Dear Lizzy Crocheted Flowers

Lilies:
Papers
: PTI True Black
Accessories
: Recollections Crochet Embellishments; 3mm Black Rhinestones

Forget Me Nots:
Papers
: PTI Hawaiian Shores
Accessories
: 2mm Clear Rhinestones

Pansies:
Papers
: PTI New Leaf
Accessories
: 3mm Clear Rhinestones

Daisies:
Papers
: PTI Harvest Gold
Accessories
: Recollections Crochet Embellishments; 4mm Adhesive Pearls in Pearl

Peonies:
Papers
: PTI Berry Sorbet
Accessories
: 3mm Clear Rhinestones

Daffodils:
Papers
: PTI Dark Chocolate
Accessories
: 3mm Adhesive Pearls in Chocolate

19 Responses to “Garden Party”

  1. These are so beautiful. Love those gorgeous flowers. I bet you had a lot of fun mixing and matching all the pretty pieces.

  2. I love your beautiful cards! The crocheted flowers adds such a lovely touch!

  3. These are adorable, Susan! As addictaded as I am, I’m still sometimes amazed what can be done with some paper, glue and ‘stuff’!

  4. Those crochetted flowers are adorable. Lovely set of cards 🙂

  5. These beautiful cards have inspired me to dig into my stash of pattern papers and perhaps use this idea to start creating some Christmas cards.

  6. Yummy papers and very yummy flowers. No need for ink at all ( I know…heresy isn’t it?). I love what I call scissors and glue cards (even if I do use a trimmer in place of scissors). Reminds me of the old days.

    Thanks for sharing the beauty Miss Susan.

  7. Love the background design and the layering of the flowers, neat sentiment tags!

  8. Susan, I love how this design brings out the beauty in your papers and embellishments. What a great way to use up your stash!

  9. Great cards, I love the look of the flower seed packets. Thanks for joining us for this week’s Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

  10. Ah yes, an addiction which I myself share. Lovely cards, designed and rendered beautifully!

  11. What a beautiful sketch to use all that gorgeous paper! I love those crocheted flower accents too! Addiction you say? I’m sure we can all relate 🙂

  12. What a beautiful wealth of cards to add to your ‘stash’. Each one is lovely, and I liked the extra touches of the pearls, rhinestones and the pretty crotcheted flowers. This is some wonderful paper and I really liked the floral panels. Well done! TFS & Hugs

  13. These are lovely!! Way to use paper!! 🙂

  14. These are all awesome!!!! I especially love those flowers!! Wow!!

  15. Wow! I love every one of these! And you did that all with just paper? Fabulous!

    ps: I know what you mean about the addiction, sigh. . .

  16. They are so gorgeous! You are so talented, Susan! 🙂

  17. Thank you so much for joining my Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper April challenge with your lovely creations – hope to see you again soon x

  18. These are just fabulous!!! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!! – Ashli 🙂

  19. These are just wonderful! What a fun set of cards. The crocheted flowers really add some thing great to a card.

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