Sunday, March 4, 2012

Bee-utiful day

Its spring - the bees are buzzing again!
This card is made with the Key Ingredients materials from Taylored Expression.
The Creative Details: 
Image: Taylored Expressions
Papers : My Minds Eye (Lost & Found)
Colors: Copic Markers in sand, brown, leaf green willow, napoli yellow, honey
Embellishments: Flag. black pearls, ribbon
Tools: Scalloped and circle punch

The Challenges:
Alphabet Challenge - busy bugs
Allsorts - winged
Divas by Design - spots or stripes
DYSU - things with wings
Fashionable Stamping - make it for a child
Guylous - things with wings
Sweet Stampin - nature, bugs, bees
Sparkles Forum - things with wings
Shellys Images - dots
Taylored Expression - Key Ingredients - a note

Stay Warm Harted,
Elizabeth


19 comments:

  1. Hey Liz~
    I can't seem to keep up with you... you are getting to fast for me... LOL!!!
    love your bee-utiful card - spring is upon us soon....

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  2. This is FABULOUS! I love what you've done here and that polka dot ribbon is the PERFECT Finishing touch!!
    Thanks so much for joining our "SEEING SPOTS" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
    Darlene
    Shelly's Images DT
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

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  3. A really super card Elizabeth, and such an original idea with the sentiment.

    Thanks so much for joining in my Things with Wings theme at Allsorts this week, good luck and hope to see you again.

    I think you card would also fit our Springtime theme at our sister challenge Penny Black and More

    B x

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  4. Great card!

    Thank you for joining in the fun with us at SMC with our
    "Things with Wings" challenge

    Hope you will join us again soon & good luck in the draw

    Hugs Shaz x

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  5. A gorgeous card for a child! Reminds me of the times we spent outside when I was a child...and how much fun it was just to explore.
    Thankyou for joining us this fortnight at Fashionable Stamping Challenges
    Dot x

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  6. Great card. Love the image and spotty ribbon. Thank you for joining us at Divas this week.
    Sarah-Jane xx

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  7. This is BEE-utiful. Love your style of crafting ,
    hugs Elaine

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  8. Love your buzzzz--ing bee. A beautiful card, thanks for joining us at FSC this time.
    Meggymay/Yvonne

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  9. Beautiful card! Thanks for playing with us at Guylou's Inimitability!

    Chana

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  10. Hi Elizabeth, such a pretty image and love your papers!

    Thanks for joining in with us at Sweet Stampin this week.

    Sarah

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  11. This is cute! I love how you did the sentiment on the little flag and how you changed up the papers of the scalloped circle for each half of the card. Thanks for playing along at Guylou's!

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  12. Fabulous card. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

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  13. A beautiful card, Very sweet
    Thank you so much for entering our challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
    I have candy if your interested
    http://fleurapassionforcraft.blogspot.com/
    Hugz Fleur xXx

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  14. Thanks so much for joining our "SEEING SPOTS" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back again for the next challenge. Good luck in the draw.
    luv'n huggz
    Jen Leeflang
    SHELLY'S IMAGES DT

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  15. Adorable! Great job mixing patterns and colors! Thanks for joining us at DYSU.

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  16. What a great card ;o)
    Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week.

    Hugs, Janneke

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  17. Great card Elizabeth and I love the sentiment too! :)

    Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Stampin this week,

    hugs

    xxalisonxx

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  18. Elizabeth, this is just lovely! I want some of that black and white polka dot ribbon. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Sparkles Challenges, I hope to see you there again soon.
    Tracey

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  19. This is so pretty! I love how you split the scalloped circle in half with 2 different colors!

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