Happy Spring



I love this Tilda image! She is so cute. I heat embossed the sentiment from PTI in white. I'm toying with cutting apart the sentiment so I can have happy spring on its own. What do you think? Should I do it?

The weather is absolutely gorgeous here. I need to spend some time in my flower beds. I planted onions yesterday which is a little late here but hopefully they will do well. Flat leaf parsley and dill have also been planted. 

Enjoy your day! ~Rhonda



Supplies used:
stamps: Magnolia Tilda not sure of #, PTI Egg Hunt
Paper: from my stash
extras: Spellbinders lg rectangles and scalloped rectangles, white embossing powder
Lots of Copic markers of which I didn't write down and I've already mailed the card. Sorry.

6 comments:

  1. i agree--she really is so adorable! And love her in pink--beautiful coloring too! I think i would go ahead and cut the sentiment. It would really add to its versatility for it not to be just for Easter and it is such a sweet sentiment.

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  2. This is so totally adorable! Lovin' all the pink... :)

    LOL, I was just browsing garden centers online trying to decide if I'm going to plant anything this year. :) Hope your crops do well!!

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  3. Oooh toughie decision! I guess once it's cut it's cut! Can you not ink up part of the sentiment? That's what I tend to do, using a post-it or scrap paper if I need to stop from inking any other part of the stamp!
    A super sweet card anyways! That sentiment is so fitting!
    x

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  4. Very cute! I think it is a good idea to cut the sentiment apart as long as you can piece it back together if you need to. Glad the weather is nice where you are. Snowed here again today. Thankfully it melted fast though.

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  5. Love your Tilda! So sweet looking.
    As for separating the sentiment, I'd do it. I have already cut apart several of mine. You can easily match them up on your acrylic block if you want them together. That is what makes the clear stamps so wonderful. You can see what you are doing!

    I can only dream of gardening right now but soon I will be planting too!

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  6. HOW SWEET!! Rhonda, your coloring is wonderful--her face,the shading on her dress, the highlights in her hair--I'm impressed. I say go for it--cut the stamp.

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