Hello Friends! Hello Spring!
It's official, the first of spring is Tuesday, March 20. What do you think of when you think of spring? For me daffodils kissed by the sun are a sure sign that spring has arrived, so when I saw the You're Inspired stamp set with its pretty daffodils I simply couldn't resist.
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I watercolored my daffodils with Wild Wasabi and So Saffron inks and my blender pen. I colored a few extra daffodils to make a fuller bouquet. Then, I fussy cut them.
For the look of sunshine, I painted my daffodils with my Wink of Stella Pen and added a few Tutti-Frutti sequins.
My background was done with embossing paste and Pattern Party Decorative masks. Then, I cut a Whisper White square with my Stitched Shapes dies for a white on white background.
What your favorite sign of spring? Is it daffodils bobbing their heads in the warm spring sunshine?
It's easy to change up the sentiment with the Classic Label punch. Simply stamp and punch. The You're Inspiring stamp set offers 5 versatile sentiments.
This week's Splitcoast Stampers Challenge colors are So Saffron, Wild Wasabi and Marina Mist. The dessert option is Spring or Easter. Hope on over to Splitcoast Stampers Color Challenge to join the fun.
Here in Ohio, the daffodils haven't started blooming quite yet, but they are peeking through the ground. The snowdrops on the other hand are gaily bobbing their heads up through the snow.
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