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Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Inspired by a song


Time for a new challenge on Try It On Tuesday and this time the challenge is "Inspired By A Song", the design team have some lovely art to share with you so do pop over and have a look.
My card started out as something different but seemed to have a mind of its own! Background is a mix of Dylusion spray and one of my home made ones that has quite a lot of lustre to it, think it was made with Luna Light paint.  The flowers are Woodware Fancy Flowers,stamped onto painted paper and fussy cut. The butterflies and bees are both Crafty Individuals, wording computer generated.

Whoops!  I forgot to mention the song title which is the hymn All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small.  It started out as going to be a song about sunshine but sometimes you just have to go with the flow.

9 comments:

  1. Its a beautiful card Joan, a lovely summer garden. You have me guessing at the song title.
    so here are two???
    All things bright and beautiful or English Country Garden?
    Yvonne xx

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  2. I love your bright and beautiful card! It lives up to the song with its gorgeous background and pretty flowers - perfect 😁. Happy Tuesday! J 😊 x

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  3. A great card Joan, love the background for your bright and beautiful flowers.
    Avril xx

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  4. Great card inspired by a great hymn.

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  5. What a gorgeous Summer card Joan! Sums up the hymn perfectly! Hugs, Chrisx

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  6. Oh Joan! This is such a bright and happy card - I simply ADORE it!And it sums up the beautiful hymn in a wonderful way!
    Happy week !
    Hugs, Susi

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  7. I love your fun, colorful, cheerful creations, Joan! This is beautiful! hugs, de

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  8. Lovely, beautiful summer colors.

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