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Birch Press Design Flower Cards…

A couple cards to share with you this week…unusual colors for me! Not sure but posting them anyway!  lol

Light pink and bright green!  Do they work?

I really like this plaid paper from the Memory Box Madras Plaid Blue and Violet 6×6 paper pad.

The flowers on this card are from the NEW Birch Press Design Eucalyptus Stem and Berries Contour Layers die set and the Tiny Tuft Flowers and LEaves Contour Layers die set.

Sentiment is Memory Box Just a Note Posh Script die cut in the NEW Memory Box Glossy Black cardstock and white cardstock.

Here I used Taylored Expressions Cupcake Pink cardstock and Bazzill Card Shoppe Easter Grass cardstock.

The flower and leaf in the corner are the NEW Birch Press Design Pimpernel Contour Layers die set.

I decided to use the NEW Memory Box Exquisite Leaf Frame die with it because the leaves are similar and I love this die anyway!  It’s so pretty!

The sentiment is from poppystamps Colorful Life stamp set and stamped with Taylored Expressions Cupcake Pink ink in the MISTI. It’s very subtle but I kinda like that for a change.

The berries are a bit bluer in real life…pretty sure it’s Taylored Expressions Cookie Monster cardstock and the flowers are Taylored Expressions Candy Corn cardstock.

Just a Note is a Mini Slimline card and the Wishing You strength card is an A2 size card. Both will mail for one forever postage stamp in the USA.

Thank you for coming to visit today!  More new stuff coming and I have some cute to share soon too!

Have a good cardmaking week or organizing week… I’ve been doing that too!  I went on a shopping spree!  oops!  If you ever get the chance to go to Cedar Rapids, IA, be sure to go to Scrapmania and tell Stacy, the owner I sent you!  I promise you, you will NOT be sorry you took the time to go there!

Online shopping, you can’t beat Starlitstudio.net! Dies, dies, dies and supplies, supplies, supplies!  Simon Says Stamp and Scrapbook.com are faves too!  Does it make you smile like it makes me smile?  We have the best craft!

talk to you again soon!

Shopping links for the products I used on these two cards…

Birch Press Design – 57496 Eucalyptus…
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Birch Press Design – 57501 Tiny Tuft…
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Memory Box – PP1014 Madras Plaid Blue…
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Memory Box – 94527 Just a Note Posh…
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Birch Press Design – 57488 Pimpernel…
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Memory Box – 94665 Exquisite Leaf…
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Poppystamps – CL509 Colorful Life…
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Memory Box – SH44004 Black Glossy…
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Bazzill Card Shoppe – Marshmallow
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TE Premium Cardstock
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Bazzill Card Shoppe – Easter Grass
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TE Premium Ink – Full Ink Pads
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7 thoughts on “Birch Press Design Flower Cards…

  1. WOW !!!! I like to see you step out of your box. And yes the light pink and green go well together. Great cards.

  2. Yes, we do have the best craft! Oh, that shopping… it does call for organizing to find someplace to put things! It always makes me happy to see your cards and the colors look great to me! All that fabulous color and the dimension with the dies, sigh… Love this stuff!

  3. Oh what great cards Pam! The colors look great! I love that plaid background! We do have the best craft! Supplies are available from so many sources. You can make some great projects with limited supplies! Thanks for sharing!

  4. You are so inspiring Pam, I wish I could crank out cards like you do! Your second card is exactly what I need to send to someone who’s have a a challenging health problem. Beautiful card, thanks for the inspiration!

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