Thursday, March 23, 2017

Time Out: Springtime Wishes


Happy Friday Eve my friends!  I'm back to share a card for the current challenge over at Time Out. We have Jenny Mullins as our designer for our case challenge. I have been a long time follower of Jenny's and love her fun, whimsical style.  Can you see how I was inspired by her card?  I used the layout and the spring feel of her card!  Instead of a branch a the top, I used a touch of twine for my card. 



Our sponsor for this challenge is Verve. You all know how much I love Verve!  Thanks so much for Julee's generosity in sponsoring our challenge.  The winner of the challenge gets a free stamp set of your choice.  Be sure to check out our guest designer's blog too...you'll be sure to be inspired by Izzy's creations!


I hope you get to come over to Time Out and play along with us.  


20 comments:

sandie said...

I like how you used the twine, great idea and love the colours of the flowers x

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Shirley A. said...

Sweet card Lynn. Wow, your cards this week are amazing.

Nonni said...

Great idea to use the twine instead of the bench! Your card has true spring feel!

Lisa Elton said...

This is a darling Spring card!

Happy Dance said...

Simply sweet! Love your take on Jenny's card, Lynn. Those little flowers are darling, and I love the bit of twine, too. I think I'm most taken with your choice of the green base; it just works so beautifully here. Another wonderful card!!! xo Bev

Jill Vickers said...

Really pretty Springtime card - those flowers are so perfect finished with those enamel dots! I love how you used the twine in place of the branch as well - great CASE!

Gerrina said...

Love the colours you used and the flowercenters look beautiful like this! This card fits the weather here; sunny and in the morning a bit fresh... Hugs, Gerrina

Jenny said...

Hi Lynn, it's been too long since I visited you... the photos of your boys tell me that as they've grown and changed so much!!
Love how you were inspired, the pretty CAS design of your card makes me think of spring :)
Jenny x

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is so beautiful, Lynn! Love these soft colors and those long twine strings.

Maureen said...

I love the sentiment on this one! Spring is slow to start here...all the snow is gone except for some icy piles in the shade. It's been a bit sunny but still not flip flop weather! Ox

Joyce said...

Beautiful card, Lynn. Love your trio of flowers.

Marisa said...

Fabulous as always. Spring is quite a bit behind for us this year so I am definitely relating to the sentiment!

Anita in France said...

Fresh and so pretty, Lynn ... seems those daisies are dancing in a spring breeze ... lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

Isabelle Siry said...

Love your CAS and yet gorgeous card Lynn ! I love the enamel hearts of these whimsical flowers ! And what a great idea to replace the branch by the twine ! I love it ! It's been a pleasure to be with you all during this fortnight ! Thanks for sharing and for inspiring !
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Karen B. said...

Happy colors on your card!

Sue Lelli said...

I LOVE the twine and the bright flowers! A HAPPY card for sure!

Jinny Newlin said...

Too fun! Love the combination of that soft moss green with the black panel! So striking!

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

I love the shades of pinks/peaches/greens you've used. The white panel looks wonderful mounted on the black. The placement of the sentiment is perfect, and the twine finishes it off beautifully. Fresh and springy!

Jenny Colacicco said...

Such a cute CAS card. Simple and elegant. Those colours are really pretty. Jenny x