I noticed a dandelion in my yard, and I guess it says something about me that the first thing that I thought after seeing it is that I didn't have a dandelion stamp.  I did, however, have the Marvelous Marigolds from a*muse studio - I had to see if I could get a different flower out of it.
The flowers were done by dabbing twinkling H2Os onto the stamp, then stamping the paper.  The leaves were done freehand.  The sentiment is from a cuttlebug folder/die combo. This is not a great work of art, but I like how it turned out - very springy!

Crafting for all Seasons - green and yellow
Paper Pretties - thank you card

Juliet Arrighi


Chris said...

Those flowers look great and I can't get over the leaves! :)

Georgiana said...

I like the technique you used to create your dandelions. I am sure we will be seeing more of these with Spring. Thanks for sharing at Die Cuttin' Divas.

Carson's Creations

Cre8tiveVet said...

This is a great card! Thanks for joining us at DCD.

Creative Diva said...

Beautiful job! Great card.

Thanks for joining us at DCD.


Sylvia said...

Very creative card, Juliet, what a fun card using dandelions for your inspiration! Thanks for joining us this week at the Papercraft Star Green challenge.

Myrna said...

Nothing says spring like a bright yellow dandelion. Great job.

Sleepy Stamper said...

Love how you made your own green leaves! Your dandelion flower looks so bright against those fabulous leaves! Thank you for sharing this with us over at the Papercraft Star!


Unknown said...

Love it!! What a beautiful flower. Tfs

Pat N. said...

It IS very springy looking! Nice job! And thanks for playing along at Die cuttin Divas this week.--Pat N.

Candy said...

Cute card! Makes me want spring even more.
Thanks for playing along with the Die Cuttin' Divas!

Jani said...

Great card!
Thanks for joining us at CFAS!
Jani x

debby4000 said...

Oh fabulous spring card.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamps Challenge.