Saturday, June 1, 2013



 I had fun using two of the newer designs from Scribbles Designs... it was easy to combine them into a unique digi.
I found this retro swirl style die cut card and layered it up with bright colors and flowers, added the rub on sentiment of "Mom" to complete this sweet card. 

This is the newest challenge at Scribbles Designs Challenge Blog 

which is to create a card or project for Mom or a Special Woman with flowers... and there is even a freebie to use if you don't have a Scribbles Design's image!!! Yay! You can enter as many times as you like with a SD image - just put SD behind your name (see the updated challenge rules on the blog) and now you can also use any other designer's or companies image - although you are limited to 3 entries only.
This month Scribbles Designs Challenge is also sponsored by Bugaboo so there are some great prizes up for grabs with the challenge... 
hope you join them!  


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Helene Siermans said...

Hi Sandy

Love your card it's so bright and happy. Like the swirls.

Sorry I forgot the flowers on my project. I am in a big need of a Holliday from my work. Anyway I will make a new card and do a little extra commercial for the challenge

Have a great week
Hugs Nick

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

Sweet card. I feel like I'm in a 60's throwback which makes no sense since I was just 2 at the end of the sixties. Love how you combined the two images. So bright and colourful.


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