Hello friends! The end of February is here and that means it's time our the 12 Kits of Occasion gals to post their projects!
This month Lindsey of Occasional Crafting was our hostess and her darling kit was almost as sweet as she is. She has such a
her kit was just full of uplifting and encouraging words. Thanks so much Lindsey for a most darling kit!
I'll be entering one of these cards into the following challenges:
City Crafter Challenge ~ Die Cuts
Simon Says Monday Challenge ~ In My Garden
Be sure to visit the 12 Kits of Occasion blog to see how the other talented gals used their kits.
Thanks for stopping by!
WOW...every one of these is SOOOO beautiful Birgit!! LOVE how you did the water color splattering behind the floral die cuts in the first card...so lovely!! Loving the colors in all your cards (especially that bright blue!!) and I am in total LOVE with your last card...love those Poppies and the light color behind them! Lovely, lovely cards my friend!! :0)ReplyDelete
Oh..... such a beautiful array of color, detail and loveliness! I adore each and every little masterpiece, but I have to agree with Marcia in praising the lovely watercoloring on your first card and the a-mazing color/coloring/ink blending of the blooms and backgrounds on your last creation!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful cards Birgit, you really made the wonderful sentiments in Lindsey's kit shine! Your final card is my favorite...just love how you colored those wonderful flowers, I had no clue what to do, so thanks for the incredible inspiration! You really rocked Lindsey's incredible kit.ReplyDelete
WOW these are FABULOUS Birgit! Love them all!!! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘CAS (clean & simple)’ challenge and please come back again soon!ReplyDelete
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Birgit, wow! Just WOW! Your poppies completely blew me away! I love how you colored behind the Detailed Blooms die...so beautiful and definitely something I want to try. Each card is just so perfectly put together. I love them all! Thank you for your sweet words!!ReplyDelete
Birgit, be aware that I will totally be CASEing the cootie out of your first card!!!! and how beautifully you've colored those poppies! WOW - an abundance of beauty in this blog post, my friend! xxReplyDelete
Beautiful, beautiful cards, Birgit! Stunners in fact, especially your 1st with the watercoloring. and the red poppies, wow! Still have those, so a case is coming! Counting down the days... hugs!ReplyDelete
So pretty, thanks for sharing with us at CCCB!ReplyDelete
While each and every one is a little work of art, the first and last are my favorites! What beautiful colors on the first one, swoon!! Seriously marvelous cards Birgit!ReplyDelete
Beautiful clean and simple cards, Birgit! Thanks for joining us at The Sisterhood of Crafters. Marsha DTReplyDelete
Wow Birgit, your cards are amazing (as always!). My favourite has to be the last one, I love poppies :-)ReplyDelete
All of the cards have such beautiful color palettes and are so pretty.ReplyDelete
Birgit I absolutely LOVE what you did with the first card! The watercolor behind that delicate die is so beautiful and smart idea! I love them all with such C&S ideas and layouts. Hugs! Oh my gosh I love that family picture of you and your family on instagram!ReplyDelete
Birgit your post is total eye candy! I ADORE the watercolor with the clean white die cut. So hard to control what color goes where without making it look too much like you're trying to do so! This looks completely natural! I still have this and hope you dont mind my trying to recreate! That one stole the show for me!ReplyDelete
They are lovely, really like the coloring behind the dies in the first, pretty selection of flowers in each one, the coloring on the last are so pretty, like the splattering!ReplyDelete
The soft watercoloring behind the die cut on your first card is beautiful. Love the delicate look! All are so gorgeous but I'm especially in awe of your last card. Your coloring on the poppies looks awesome and the splatters against the soft aqua is so lovely.ReplyDelete
such pretty cards Birgit,thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge, hugs kath xxxReplyDelete
Birgit as usual all of your cards are so beautiful and you always do such unexpected designs with the kit elements. I adore your second card, the way you used the wood panel and the large pot looks just like It is in the garden and the perfect spot for,that sentiment. Lovely!ReplyDelete