Blossom Love

Hello! It’s Lucy here, and I have a Spring themed card to share with you today. Spring is my favourite season; there’s nothing more wonderful to me than watching nature come alive again after the cold winter months. The Cherry Blossoms digital cut file for the Silhouette is perfect for the season, and I was especially inspired to use it after spotting this fabulous dress on Pinterest the other day:


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So I chose pink, cream and brown as my colour combination, adding a little bird from the Birds on a Wire digital cut file, a sentiment from the What’s Up stamp set and lots of shiny mist.


Here’s a close up so you can see all the shimmer. I really love the texture watercolor paper adds to a card.


Find out how to make this card — click for complete supplies and instructions.

Have a fabulous day, thanks for popping by,


Wet Cement Shadow Ink Mid-Tone (AF213) What's Up (LP330) Blush Mixed Layering Paper (PS620) Earth Mixed Layering Paper (PS624) Cream Watercolor Paper (PS625)

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14 Responses to “Blossom Love”

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    renee m said:

    Very sweet card–I really like the soft colors you used!

  2. 6

    Mitzi said:

    I can see pink, cream and brown but where is the pool?

  3. 7

    lucy said:

    Oh no… you’re right. I’m amending my post! :)

  4. 8

    barbara lassiter said:

    Love your card and I love the dress! What a great inspiration photo and “back-in-the-day”, I would wanted to own one like it!

  5. 9

    paperpicnic said:

    This is a beautiful, sweet card - such a wonderful way to send some springtime love! :) Thanks for sharing this pretty idea!

  6. 10

    Gabriella said:

    You put a big smile on my face!

  7. 11

    Petti said:

    Very pretty card!

  8. 12

    Linda W. said:

    Love the shimmery flower branch, Lucy!! Gorgeous!!

  9. 13

    Karen L K said:

    Wow such a pretty card.

  10. 14

    Deborah S said:

    What an elegant card I love the soft colors this card could be used for so many occasions just by changing the sentiment tfs

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