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Floral Blooming Cards and Frame

Happy March! It feels like Spring time and I love seeing the flowers blooming. In fact, there are craft flowers all over my recent projects. First, my in-laws celebrated their wedding anniversary. So my husband wrote a special poem for them.  I thought it would be nice to frame it with some decorations.  They loved it and hope it finds a nice place in their home. Take a look.


Used flowers by Prima and lavender pearls from Michael's.




Also, we received an order for some "Birthday Wishes" cards from Inventori Store in Sherman Oaks, CA. So today was delivery day. These Spring themed cards will be sold there. Love how they turned out and hope the customers love them, too. So if you are in the Southern California area and would like one of the cards, stop by INVENTORI SHOP . Also, while you are there you may find lots of gift items to go with this card. They have a great selection of vintage items in this adorable store.


Used yellow cs, My Mind's Eye floral pp, Petaloo white flower, Zva green bling and green leaves by Recollections.


Well, that is it for now but I hope you enjoyed seeing my blooming projects. I had fun creating them. Plus, I love it when my crafts make others feel loved. :)

Comments

  1. I have one word to say about these new creations: STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Oh Kelly, they're exquisite!!!

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  3. Kelly, your birthday cards are BEAUTIFUL! I love how they echo spring. I love the frame too.

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  4. Oh Kelly, those cards are gorgeous, and the framed poem must have been such a special gift for your in-laws to receive. Wondering if you know that there is a new site that has popped up since Pat's site closed down, come check it out ... most of the group is there and having a blast, though it would be better with you there too. Here's a link: http://scrapnchat.createaforum.com/index.php

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  5. What a wonderful gift for your DH and you to give to his parents! Your cards are beautiful! I'm with Lorie, they are so "spring-y!" Thanks for sharing!

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