Sunday, April 20, 2008

How does your garden grow?

How does your garden grow? Mine is coming along nicely! We are expected to have some frost tonight. I don't think my garden will have any problems though.
Here are some pictures of the flowers that have begun to bloom.


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My roses are in full bloom as well!

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I was inspired by my rose garden to create this card with one of my all time favorite stamp set, Wild Rose:

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Ink: Cameo Coral, Groovy Guava, Old Olive
Paper: Whisper White, Cameo Coral
Accessories: White halfback pearls (Pretties Kit), Dimensionals
Technique: Masking, scoring, 2-step stamping

I used my black scoring blade to create a border on the layer of Cameo Coral card stock.

Happy stampin'!

8 comments:

Jenn said...

OMG...your garden is so BEAUTIFUL!!! Your flowers are gorgeous!!! And you card is very pretty...I love all the pink and how you scored the pink cs.

Patty W said...

Oh, I am so jealous of your beautiful flowers! Spring is just arriving here!

Lovely card too!

Toni said...

Goodness!! The only thing I could possibly keep alive is your rose card, which is spectacular and such a good reflection of your real roses! How amazing to have such a garden!!! I'll be looking at these photos 600 times today.

How are you feeling, your head?

Christine said...

Wow, your roses are beautiful! I used to have a beautiful rose garden, and then ..... we pulled them for our kids playground area :(
We are not anywhere near rose bloom around here, but I am hoping to get a few going again this year!

familiabencomo said...

I LOVE it! So pretty!

xoxox Amy

Laurel said...

Wow what a beautiful garden! I am so jealous, still nothing but primulas in mine.

Joni (kix) said...

Your flowers are beautiful, Jane! We've already had temps up to 100F, and all my spring flowers have died.

StinkerbellSteph said...

What beautiful inspiration for your bday card!! Lovely!