Sunday, 4 May 2014

Craft a Scene - Create A Flower Garden Week 1

Another month has crept past, I can't believe that we are now in May. Still that does mean that it time for another new challenge over on the Craft A Scene blog and this month we're asking that you Create A Flower Garden for us. For my garden I've used all Chocolate Baroque stamps, but from different stamp sets. After stamping in Memento Black Onyx I coloured everything with promarkers, I then matted onto some white card and popped it onto a 6x6 green card base. I do hope that you'll be able to join us this month and do pop over to the blog and take a look at the wonderful inspiration that the DT has made.

Thanks for taking the time to look and your kind comments which are always appreciated.



  1. Stunning colouring Sue. Such a serene scene.
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  2. A lovely English country garden scene and you've certainly mixed it with the stamp sets, lucky you have so many!

  3. Wow wie schön. Gefällt mir sehr gut.

    LG Carola

  4. I want to live in that house with that pretty garden! Another beautiful card Sue. The flowers are lovely, the roses are stunning. Michelle x

  5. Hi Sue, another beauty, I like how you've used the rose corners for trees, fabulous design ! Cheers, Shirleyx

  6. Stunning! I wouldn't mind moving in there too! LOVE it!

  7. a beautiful scene Sue - stunning stamps one and all xx

  8. Gorgeous scene Sue, really clever use of all those stamps and the finished card is stunning
    Claire xx

  9. I have been looking at a few pages of your cards and they are so diverse and lovely. I too love Chocolate Baroque and Sheena Douglass stamps, and I think this is such a pretty scene, and one of quite a few beautiful scenes you have created.The use of stamps from the different sets combined with the colours you have used makes the perfect card. x

  10. The english gardons looks great !!Very pretty design , great colours and imgae!!!I love it!!



Thank you for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.