Saturday, 13 June 2015

Flower Power



Good morning, it's Saturday which means time for a new challenge at Allsorts and this week Tracy would like to see flowers for her 'Flower Power' theme. Our sponsor this week is our very own Jo and her store Lets Create.

My card is made using the new Triplets from Tattered Lace which featured on C&C earlier this month. My card is also over at the Tattered Lace blog where I have written up all the details so please do pop over there is you would like to know more about my card and products used.

The Christmas Trio's was launched by Nancy on Create and Craft last evening and there are more live shows today. Added to that I am also working with new Christmas Stamp Addict stamps due for release in a couple of weeks so one way and another rather up to my ears in Christmas and what has been keeping me rather quiet recently.

 Happy weekend all.

55 comments:

  1. A very inspiring piece Brenda, love your flowers too.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  2. Gorgeous card, lovely flowers!
    Happy weekend;-))m

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  3. This is stunning Brenda. The background design and colours are gorgeous and your flowers are so beautiful.
    Sue xx

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  4. this is absolutely stunning Brenda - I adore the colours - gorgeous! Love it xx

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  5. Just stunning Brenda! Such a gorgeous colour combination and those flowers are super pretty! x

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  6. This is beautiful. Love the image and the flowers look fabulous. Your inking is gorgeous.
    Enjoy the weekend.
    Hugs Sharon. X

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  7. Love the background and colours, it's a beautiful card Brenda.
    xx

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  8. Oh wow this is beautiful Brenda x

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  9. This one is fabulous Brenda, I love the colours and what a useful die set too!

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  10. Lovely colour combo and the bow is really fantastic!

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  11. Beautiful card.lovely colors together.

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  12. Beautiful card Brenda.
    Love the colour combo :)

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  13. These flowers are really versatile, Brenda, and I love your colours.
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Marianne

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous!
    Have a lovely weekend
    Lorraine x

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  15. Beautiful card Brenda love the face in the background

    Anne

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  16. Gorgeous Brenda! I love the subtle stencil pattern in the background and those flowers are freaking awesome!! I really love how you layered your bow, some tricky moves there I would think. Here's hoping you have nice weather AND a chance to enjoy it. tee hee. hugs :)

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  17. Lovely inkyness Brenda. Fab card

    Joan

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  18. A really stunning card Brenda and love the colours as well as the beautiful flowers.
    Fliss xx

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  19. Gorgeous card, love how you have created the background.

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  20. Oh, wow!! Absolutely wonderful!! Love how you have used Tim's stamp in the background and the new dies/embossing folders for these stunning flowers! Fab colours, too!

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  21. Just gorgeous! I just love the face and the textures in the background. You created such a beautiful canvas to make your card from.

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  22. Beautiful colours in this card, love it.

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  23. Fabulous design Brenda! Loving the inked/stenciled background, and gorgeous flowers! Hope you're enjoying your weekend!

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  24. Hallo liebe Brenda,
    was für eine Karte,einfach wunderschön und tolle Farbauswahl,ich bin begeistert,
    glg ulrike

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  25. Beautiful background! Gorgeous colours and flowers!

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  26. Oh my, love this one Brenda, great design and the colours, gorgeous!!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  27. Wow Brenda, this is an awesome design and colors. Just love the texture and details in this beauty. Sorry I have been MIA. Today is the first day in about a month, I have been on the computer. Still taking care of my friend with Stage 4 lung cancer. Have a wonderful weekend.
    Hugs
    Berni

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  28. gorgeous card, Brenda! I love the colours. I saw some samples at Doncaster done with dylusions and shaving foam, and am looking forward to trying it out...might need a few more dylusions!

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  29. So very pretty, Brenda...and loving those beautiful colours!

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  30. Beautiful card Brenda, I like the flowers and the gorgeous face in the background
    Kevin xx

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  31. beautiful background.. love the colors... awesome!!

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  32. What wonderful colours Brenda, and I love those flowers. A beautiful card :o)
    Jackie xx

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  33. Whoa Brenda this is just gorgeous. Everything from the colours down to the stencilled image and the flowers, totally amazing sweets.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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  34. STUNNING!! Wonderful colours and I love that subtle face in the background!!

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  35. Such a great idea to combine that stencil, the great colours/background with the TL-flowers! Looks super! The temp is good here, just the sun is gone this afternoon.... Hugs, Gerrina

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  36. Wow gorgeous, love the inkiness and the colours ! Happy Sunday, Shirleyxx

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  37. Ooh how enchanting! I love the face emerging from the background!
    Lucy x

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  38. Simply stunning, Luv Sam x

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  39. Gorgeous colours! What an amazing card Brenda, Jx

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  40. Beautiful cards Brenda. I love the colours you have used.
    Hope you are well
    Lesley

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  41. This is gorgeous Brenda. Love the design and colours.
    Mags
    x

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  42. Stunning card, love the gorgeous background with the image and the flowers are beautiful.

    Pat xx

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  43. WOW Brenda this is so beautiful what gorgeous colours those flowers are amazing the background is awesome, superb make
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  44. Popping back to say thanks for the kind comments on the teeny garden post. IT is so hard to imagine those sparse looking beds bursting with blooms, but I do know how quickly perennials grow.
    That was such a hard post to release as this is our smallest house ever,,,and our teensiest garden ever!!! I am so crippled with my arthritis at the moment that the wee garden is a blessing DH would rather be golfing or fishing so he is happy with the extra freed up now to do so. Thought I would mention that I never use those steep back wooden stairs down from the deck. To access the back garden, I use the stairs inside the house that luckily are made in an L shape with room for a chair where the L turns...makes the stairclimbing easier. Then out through the patio door and i am in the back garden.
    If I get any worse, we will put a lift inside the house...bungalow style houses (ranchers) are rare here, are usually very tiny and often in run down neighbourhoods. So it was stairs and lifts for our choices.

    Hard to believe a horse ranchers daughter would live on such a teensy lot! lol

    PS Little Miss C has been taking riding lessons each week and is just starting to jump...exciting days ahead!

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  45. Well several have put this but I am too WOW! love it such a gorgeous design and loving the Trio's! x

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  46. Absolutely gorgeous Brenda. Adore the silhouette face in the background and those flowers are delish.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  47. Wow, what a stunning card - great combination of colours, ribbons, flowers and background xx

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  48. Ooh, well you can guess I just love those blended blues and greens, especially with the added touch of sunshine. What a lovely card!
    Alison xx

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  49. WOW what an absolute beaut...Especially love the background
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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