Friday, February 26, 2016

Spring Hydrangea

Still trying my hand at clean and simple,  I think  I got the clean part this time.   Just look at all that white space. The flower is not hard to make just a lot of sponging and gluing, but the results are worth it.

I will enter this in the following Challenges
IO Happy Birthday to You Here
 Simon Says Wednesday Here
Simon Says Work it Wednesdays Florals Here

These are the IO products I used. 
 Square Cutout Border - DIE172-
Hydrangea Set - DIE044-Y
 Clear stamp set CL342


  1. Beautiful card! I love the hydrangea, it is gorgeous!

  2. You did it! Lots of white space and your flower is gorgeous, but so are the leaves. It all looks so real and I know that you spend a lot of time on it. I love the font on the sentiment as it really goes with the simple style.

  3. WOW! That is one perfect Hydrangea, but of course those are the only kind you make! I don't know how you left that white space, but you did and it looks FABULOUS...YAY You! Greta colors, love that die cut background and your little enamel dots for accents. Perfect & Pretty (great combo!)

  4. Always love your much work and detail. You have great patience!! And there's that cool burlap die how you use that. This is a perfect CAS design, and those green enamel dots are the perfect final touch! Awesome!!!

  5. I always love when you make hydrangeas and lilacs. This card is fantastic and I love all the nice open space of it. Your sponging really makes the flower so realistic.

  6. It's absolutely gorgeous!! The hydrangea looks so amazing!! Wow!! Love, love it!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  7. I love that border, and that hydrangea is stunning!

  8. I love that border, and that hydrangea is stunning!

  9. Love the beautiful dimensional hydrangeas! Thanks for joining in Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes challenge :)
    Gayatri xx

  10. Simply stunning and so beautiful. Love everything about this card Kathy.