Paper Smooches 2/3 (Anything Goes), Winnie & Walter Join In To Win (March)

We have a friend who has the most splendid garden in which he grows almost every vegetable known to man (along with a good proportion of the known fruit too) … we know, cause we’ve tasted most of them!  It was his birthday just the other day and this was his fun card …

PS 2-3

The veggies from the Paper Smooches’ Vegtastic set were perfect for him … as was the sweet little snail from Winnie & Walter’s You’ve Got Love Mail, so I’m playing along with both … Anything Goes at Paper Smooches and Join In To Win at Winnie & Walter .

I stamped the veggies, coloured them with Promarkers, trimmed them out and liberally applied Glossy Accents (which you can’t see because I took a rubbish photo … they look luscious IRL!).  Monsieur Escargot was stamped along the bottom edge of a white panel, the sentiment was added and I ran the panel through my Cuttlebug (Charles EF) … a hint at the idea of furrows.  The veggies lined themselved up in school-photo-style across the furrows and were popped up on different sized foam dots, and the finished panel was popped up on the card base.  I can’t help but smile looking at it!

Off to do a little outdoor work whilst the sun’s shining and the sky’s blue … hope you’re having a Saturday full of sunshine!  Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

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30 thoughts on “Paper Smooches 2/3 (Anything Goes), Winnie & Walter Join In To Win (March)

  1. Sally Cendral

    How nice to find someone else in the SW of France! I’d love to know where you are, and see if you are close to my little corner!
    Love your work and will keep on popping in to see what you’re up to.
    Greetings from stampsally

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  2. serendipitydragonfly

    What an absolutely perfect card for your friend Anita – his garden sounds awesome! Bet this made him feel good…….it did me!

    Karen x

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  3. Jenny M

    Loving the bright colours!! I’m glad the veggies we grow don’t have such cute faces….. wouldn’t be able to eat them otherwise :0)
    Jenny x

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  4. kimheggins

    Anita…I love your sweet parade of vegi’s, just too cute! And your coloring is perfection with those sweet little snails crawling behind them…so fun!

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  5. Petra

    Oh boy, this is FUN, Anita!!! Those friendly veggies has brought a big smile to my face!!! I can imagine how great they must look with the shine on them!! (…I think I have to agree with Cornelia that your friend most probably didn’t like the snails!! LOL!!! 😉 )
    Super sweet card!!
    Have a super day!!

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  6. BarbGhig

    Oh, I just love all the fun, vibrant colors and how you popped them up on that great textured background! Fabulous card, Anita!

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  7. Bev

    I’m back. Catching up on my comments, dear friend. Now this card….well it’s just about the sweetest thing ever! Almost makes me want to start liking eggplant (almost….)! You’ve made a delightful, bountiful garden. I’m sure your friend will adore this. Your coloring is wonderful. I’m going to have to start taking lessons from you! Have a great week dear friend. xoxo

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  8. sandie

    Hello again, missed visiting your blog and this is a joy to see, such a fun card. I love to have a go at growing my own veg with varying success!!

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  9. djkardkreations

    This is so bright and fun, Anita! It reminds me of my special birdie friends card!! Have a great week! Hugs, Darnell

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  10. c

    such a happy, bountiful garden – and if all veggies cam with such smiles, guaranteed they’d be safe from being consumed! I’d keep them all as pets (hmmm…what would I feed them?). Anyway, before I lapse into further silliness: gorgeous day-brightening, mega-watt smile-making card!! Hugs~c

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  11. Daisies Girl

    Such a great card, and a lovely blog. I came across it from the Moxie Fab Blog Roll. I am on the list too – Taunya Butler or daisiesgirl.com would you like to pop by for a visit?

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  12. Lindsey L

    I’ve been a bit out of commission the last month or so, but WOW have you been making loads of stunning cards. Anita, I so enjoyed catching up on the posts that I’ve missed of yours. You’ve inspired me!

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