Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Happy Birthday!



Hi everyone...it's my day to take over the Jaded Blossom Blog-YAY! I was at a 12 hour crop with a bunch of gal pals this weekend-had a blast chit chatting and creating!! This set was made while having fun with friends...my fav type of creating. I used white pigment ink off set with Altenew dye ink stamping for the shadow stamping. I'm in LOVE with these new Tropical Flower dies from Jaded Blossom-GORGEOUS! Thanks for stopping by...Lee-Ann :)

**pan down to check out all the products that I used, click HERE to check out my post at the Jaded Blossom blog and click HERE to go shopping for some AWESOME goodies at the Jaded Blossom store!!!




Recipe:
  1. Jaded Blossom-Happy Hello, Hibiscus, Goody bag dies, Tropical Flower dies, Stitched Rectangle dies
  2. PTI kraft  and white card stock
  3. Ranger Platinum embossing powder
  4. Versamark 
  5. Hero Arts Unicorn ink
  6. Altenew ink-bamboo, parrot, olive
  7. Trendy Twine kraft
  8. AC clothespin
  9. Nuvo Crystal Drops-ivory seashell


12 comments:

Marilyn said...

Gorgeous!!

Nancy Boyd said...

Wow! Absolutely beautiful!!! Love those flower dies!! ❤️

2craftykaties said...

I had fun this weekend too playing with the new flower dies! super fun birthday card and treat bag!

Crafting Katie said...

These are gorgeous, Lee-Ann! Fabulous colors! Glad you had such a fun weekend!!!

Migdalia said...

Gorgeous card & treat bag!!Beautiful flowers!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
Crafting with Creative M

Sukie said...

Beautiful projects!

Lisa said...

These are so gorgeous!! The flowers look amazing!! Love these!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Kate - Small Bits of Paper said...

Wow! Such a gorgeous set! So glad you had fun crafting with your girlfriends too!

DIANA L. said...

Simply elegant!

Gerda said...

WOW These are so BEAUTIFUL!! I love the gorgeous flowers!! Love it!! Have a great day.
Gerda

Sherrie K. said...

This is SO pretty LeeAnn! The flowers and leaves are gorgeous~love the color scheme!
Sherrie K

Jen Mitchell said...

Wow, I love how these look! The white flowers against the kraft background are stunning. And the subtle white image under the leaves is so pretty.