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I'm playing along with Becky's Compose a Card challenge #8. I loved her daughters Easter dresses. I think I would like one in my size.


The basic design of the card happened by accident for me. I was working on another card for the Peeps challenge using dot spot and put my dot spot on the acrylic block backwards which created a circle that looked a little distressed. So that was the beginning of this design.

I then stamped the right side of dot spot using a smaller size than the background dot. I embossed with Zing Chestnut to get the finished look.

A sentiment using Signature Greeting, spring moss ribbon and a New Leaf button finished this beautifully.


If you saw my last post you know that I had 88 bags of pine bark mulch delivered on Saturday. We are half way done. My body was so tired last night that I just SAT! I took a couple of pictures this morning. Nothing like new mulch to make a flower bed look wonderful.













Have a great Monday everyone! ~ Rhonda

Supplies used:
stamps: Dot Spot, Signature Greetings - Papertrey Ink
Paper: Dark Chocolate, Select White - Papertrey Ink
Ink: Fresh Snow - Papertrey Ink Rich Cocoa - Memento
Other: New Leaf button, Spring Moss twill ribbon - Papertrey Ink, Chestnut embossing powder - Zing, Circle Die - Spellbinders

16 comments:

  1. I WANT THIS SET!!!! I keep missing it when it comes back in stock!!! I LOVE THIS ......... great great job on the challenge and your bark mulch ....... ok now the massage therapist in me is coming out. You need to get some Epsom salt ...... the 1/2 gallon container ..... run a bath as warm as you can take and use about 3/4 of the box ...... you will get a bit light headed from the steam and the epsom salt BUT your back will THANK YOU!!!! No excuses ........ Okay now back to my sweet craft side ....... have a great day !!!

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  2. What a happy accident! Your card is stunning. Love how it turned out. Your garden looks wonderful! We are still working on doing weeding and plan to dig some of our daylilies for our Club sale in May. Then we will be adding the mulch! Can't complain though--the weather is beautiful.......

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  3. You card is stunning. Your flowers are also beautiful! I know the feeling with the mulch but it is worth the effort when the beds look so great! Good take on the Challenge.

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  4. LOVE what you made from that "accident" lol! Cool technique, that's for sure. I don't have this set but I'll have to see what I do have that might work. Your card is FABULOUS!!

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  5. Your card is COOL! Love the distressed look. That's the great thing about distressed, it looks like you did it that way on purpose, lol!

    So funny, I just left a comment on JenCarter's blog about how my flowers never stay alive. Than I come to your blog and see your BEAUTIFUL, GORGEOUS flowers! Hanging my head in shame now…

    Have a wonderful day Rhonda! :O)

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  6. What a happy accident! Love when those kinds of things happen! Great job on the challenge! Your flowers look so pretty! I enjoy other people's flowers because I can't keep mine alive! :)

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  7. Awesome accident, Rhonda!! Love how you turned it around into a gorgeous card!

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  8. Such a great happy accident!! Gorgeous!! I so need this set!

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  9. Great card - so beautiful! Excellent job.

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  10. I love your card! How nice when something you didn't want to happen turns out to be a hit. Great job.

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  11. Your accident turned into one GREAT card! And those flower beds--beautiful.

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  12. Wow, I don't know how you have the strength to pick up a stamp! What a happy accident with Dot Spot.

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  13. Super! Beautiful! Wow! your card is so different and I LOVE it! Your flower beds look so pretty too!

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  14. Rhonda this is so clever and very unique! I love looking at the details.
    And I'll BET you're tired after all that mulch...but it does look pretty!

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  15. Gorgeous card! I love the embossing and its so clever. Well done!

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  16. Definitely a good accident! Love the effect it gave. Your backyard looks lovely too!

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