Wednesday, March 3, 2010

I'm in All A Flutter ... It's Wild Flower Wednesday Challenge #4



Hey Everyone...
Hope you are all having a fantastic week!!
I know I am!!!

Today our beautiful and very talented Jen is
releasing her new line of
Digital Stamps...


"All A Flutter"




Introducing Poppy, Willow and Crisanta...
Aren't they just adorable!!
I absolutely LOVE these fairy's!!
Not to forget the gorgeous butterfly as well!



And these are the awesome sentiments that accompany them!

So, as it's Wednesday that means not only do
the Wild Flower Kids DT get to show off the
amazing and gorgeous new digi's...
It's time for another


Wild Flower Wednesday Challenge...


This week Jen has given us this awesome sketch to
work with...



And this is my card...




I decided to colour Willow for this challenge.
I used Cosmo Cricket's "Early Bird" DP and my
favourite Martha Stewart border punch
for the edges of the pannels...
I Picked the "Catch your dreams on the wings of a butterfly"
sentiment...I Just love that one!!
and added some gingham ribbon to give it a little pop!



Of course I coloured Willow in with my Prisma's.
I used PC926 and PC922 on Willow's dress.
PC946, PC941 and PC1084 for her hair, PC995, PC993
and PC930 for the flower. PC1024, PC906, PC1025,
PC1012, PC1002, PC921 and PC 922 for her wings.
And PC1005, PC911, PC908 and PC935 for the lily pad
and leaves of the flower....




Then I used this gorgeous quote to decorate the inside of the card...


Now I know that the Wild Flower DT has been
having as much fun with these new images as I have
so why not go and give them some love...

Jennifer ~ Yvette ~ Jenn ~ Jen

Piali ~ Lori ~ Jacquie

and special guest designer

Jessica Deidrich


Remember you can buy these
gorgeous images from today at

The Wild Flower Patch


Oh and don't forget to play along with us this week!!!


Thanks For Looking!




Stamps: WFK Digital Stamp - Willow and All A Flutter Sentiment Set
Paper: Cosmo Cricket - Early Bird
Ink: TH Distressing Ink
Accessories: Ribbon, Martha Stewar Border Punch
Technique: Prisma Pencils, Distressing







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