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Thursday, March 1, 2012

English Bluebells



New release, New Challenge DPDC#21 (must use a digital image from Doodle Pantry and you get one free just for participating)

RELEASE DATE - March 1st ,2012
CHALLENGE  DATE: March 1st  1200 Noon EST-March  24th 9:00 PM

It is March  release  day over at Doodle Pantry   and Laurie has some wonderful new  digital stamp sets for sale  and  precoloured versions of some  older stamp sets. I used  one of  the  new stamp sets called  'English Bluebells'  for the above card. A little bit of something for everybody in the latest release with digital stamp sets based on  Easter, a quirky bunny & a quirky possum, a magnificent lion and lamb which can be  religious or not, a violin and some fabulous digital papers and more!! Just a wonderful release.
   
Here is the set I used: English Bluebells (March 1 -24th free with purchase)  This set will not be for sale until after the 24th, but if you place an order between March 1 and 24th you get it FREE. 



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  • new release sets



  • Challenge  DPDC#21




  •  Challenges:
    1. Crafting for all Seasons #21 - Shaped Cards
    2.Flutter By Wednesday#192 - Open
    3.Little Darlings Challenge #18 - Pearls
    4. My Mum's Craft Shop #46 - Throw us some shapes
    5. The paper Shelter Challenge #53 - Fancy Folds
    6. Simon Says Stamp Challenge - Anything Goes
    7.The Sisterhood of Crafters 'Getting Digi with it - use a digital stamp
    8. Crafty Sentiments Designs: Shaped but not Square
    9.Stamp n doodle's BLOG A DOODLE - lets see some embossing
    10.Crafty Bloggers Network: Challenge #15 - Spring Time - bluebells bloom from April to May



    33 comments:

    1. Lovely card Glenda love the colours you have used.

      Hugs Julie x

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    2. Glenda, this is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing! This easel is perfect for the image, and wow! what beautiful coloring!!!!

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    3. A gorgeous card Glenda,love the image and fabulous colours.xxx

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    4. Oh my goodness, this is. without a doubt, spectacular. I love the wonderful fold and drop dead gorgeous design!!

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    5. I agree with Pat,an Amazing card,love the fold.LOVE the image.A really BEAUTIFUL card.Do hope you are keeping warm.We have had 2 wonderfully warm days,just like summer lol.Huggles xx

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    6. Beautiful card!. I've never tried that kind of easel card before. I'll have to look that up. Looking forwad to working with you on the DT.

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    7. so so so pretty and love that extra 3D butterfly....colors are gorgeous!

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    8. Beautiful card and wonderful shape, the colours and image are glorious, thanks for joining us at Crafty Sentiments this week

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    9. Hi Glenda, wow girl! I love this card! How fun and so beautiful!
      Hugs, Sarah

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    10. These English bluebells are just so very striking - love what you have done with them on this twisted easel - flat out gorgeous!

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    11. Absolutely beautiful!! Love the intertwined colours of blue and green. Perfect!

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    12. This is stunning Glenda just love the colours you have used. Thanks for joining CBN challenge this week, good luck!
      Hugs Rachael xx

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    13. Wowza, this certainly is stunning, absolutely stunning!!

      Linda

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    14. Gorgeous digi, and beatiful color combo, Glenda!

      Hugs
      Sue

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    15. Your card is stunningly beautiful. I love the swing easel card. Thanks for sharing it with us over t the Sisterhood of Crafters.

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    16. Glenda no one does easel cards like you! Gorgeous as usual, love the colours, flourishes and embossing folder! Lovely.

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    17. Another lovely card. I like the way this card folds. i don't know the techy name for that!

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    18. This is such a pretty card, I love the colours and your fab embellishments.
      Thank you for joining us at Crafting for all Seasons.
      Pauline
      x

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    19. Lovely card, such a pretty image and fabulous colour combo. Thanks for joining us at MMCS this week.
      Lyndsey xx

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    20. Hi Glenda,Please can you visit my blog, I have awarded the Liebster Blog Award to you.
      Hugs Rachael xx

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    21. Absolutely stunning, love the image and colours, thanks for joining us at MMCS, hope to see you again next week, Gaynor DT :)

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    22. Oh Glenda ... this is FABULOUS! WOW! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood ‘USING DIGIS’ challenge and please come back again soon!
      Darlene
      one of the 'Sistahs'
      DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

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    23. Lovely card
      Thank you for joining us this week at Crafty Sentiments
      Love Jan
      xx

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    24. I love the blues and greens, so pretty !

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    25. What a stunner Glenda I love bluebells I have some down in the bottom of my garden and love it when they bloom in May. Love the colours of your card too! Have a nice weekend hugs Susan x

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    26. This is beautiful & so elegant :)
      Hugs
      Tracey
      x

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    27. Oh wow! I love the fancy fold on this card! Great job with this set, I love it :)

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    28. What a unique card, Glenda! Love it!

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    29. How gorgeous, I LOVE this. I am such a fan of easels and haven't made a twisted one in quite a while. I can't help but say again....love this!!!

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    30. STUNNING!!!
      Love the twisted Easel card
      And your coloring is PERFECT!!!
      Hugs
      Lorianna

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    31. This is gorgeous - love your beautiful colouring and details. Thankyou so much for joining us at The Paper Shelter Challenge Blog this week
      -x-

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    32. Gorgeous card!! Love that beautiful image!

      Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

      Hugs...
      Melissa

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