Time Out DT #30 Mid Challenge Reminder, Virginia’s View #14, SSS Monday 4/5, SSS Wednesday 6/5, SSS Work It Wednesday – April

Our Home Sweet Home challenge at Time Out is still going on … and you have almost a week to play along if you haven’t already … or if you’d like to play again!  Here’s my card …

Time Out DT 30RTime OutThis time I made a little floral posy, inspired by the middle cushion on the bed in our inspiration picture … picking out the black from the furniture and all the white from the ceiling and RHS wall …

The blooms are from Papertrey‘s Friendly Flowers, die cut, stamped and mounted on different depths of foam dots.  The sentiment is a blend of Winnie & Walter‘s In A Word: Happy Cutaway (die), double clear embossed to make it shine … and an Annabelle Stamps’ birthday (sadly no longer operating).  I stamped the stripes (Papertrey) onto the base before adhering the finished card panel flat onto it.  Some black gems in the flower centres finished it off.

Would you like to join in?  All the details are over at Time Out … together with a heap of inspiration from the amazing DT and from our super talented and lovely Guest Designer, Joyce from Cards By The Sea (go for a visit … take supplies … there’s always so much to inspire there!)   As usual, our overall winner (as chosen by the DT) will be invited to be a Guest Designer for a future challenge … it could be you!  Hope you’ll be able to take time out and have some fun with this picture … we’d love to have you … look forward to seeing you in the gallery!

I’m playing along with …

Virginia’s View – Layers and Dimension

SSS Monday – Use Coral (one of those sweet blooms!)

SSS Wednesday – Let’s Get Sentimental

SSS Work It Wednesday – Use Yellow (another of those sweet blooms!)

Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

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32 thoughts on “Time Out DT #30 Mid Challenge Reminder, Virginia’s View #14, SSS Monday 4/5, SSS Wednesday 6/5, SSS Work It Wednesday – April

  1. sandie

    Lots of drama here! The black bold sentiment is striking and adding the shine adds to this. The stripy border pulls all this together-love it x

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  2. Christine Smith

    This is gorgeous! The whole thing really pops with the fabulous bright flowers and the dramatic black border and words. I love it! thank you for all your lovely comments! xxx

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  3. Sarah

    Crisp clean and funky Anita. Love your florals and all that white space just enhances them the more. Great card. Sarah x

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  4. Joyce M.

    This is just fantastic, and I do like how we picked the same flowers to use. Must mean that we got it right, yes? I really like how your bouquet has so many different dimensions, and your ‘birthday’ is so perfectly nestled underneath your die cut happy.

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  5. Sarah Gray

    That stamped border is perfection – it gives your design a real ‘edge’! Love the flowers too – beautiful take on the inspiration photo 🙂

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  6. djkardkreations

    Another super clean and super stunning design, Anita! I adore that black narrow striping all around the border which really makes the sweet flowers POP! Enjoy your day!! Miss you! Mwah and Hugs, Darnell

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  7. Geri G

    Obviously I’m not the only one who LOVES the black & white border!!! Your corners designs meet perfectly in every corner – …. a two pair event ??? Tons of spankin’ clean white space makes the flowers and the bold sentiment practically jump right off the paper!

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  8. lollthompson

    This is such a HAPPY card Anita! 🙂 LOVE the sweet blooms and your big, bold sentiment. Fabulous design. This would be perfect for the CAS Challenge at Happy Little Stampers if you’d like to join in. xx

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  9. kimheggins

    Wow…what a wonderful birthday card…love your sweet thin border, it adds so much to your card! Miss you lots! Sending hugs….

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  10. Rosemary D

    another perfectly designed card, anita… love the bright pops of color against the white!

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  11. chriss58

    Lovely border Anita! Mitered corners…how DID you do that? I love the posies with the simple black enamel centers, very classy and my very favourite Anita sentiment treatment with the birthday perfectly tucked into the happy. This is such a happy card 🙂

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  12. Christine Smith

    I have already commented on this lovely card! Just back to say thank you for your lovely comments on my canvas and, yes, I had heard about my Winnie & Walter win thank you. I was so excited, it is my favourite day of the release that I won, how cool is that! It was posted yesterday to is winging its way to me! I am so lucky! xxx

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  13. Shona Chambers

    Just love those flower stamps from PTI and they are so popular. Feel like I’m the only one who doesn’t have them!! Love the black and white stripes around the edge, frames it beautifully. As usual, gorgeous! Looking forward to your near Leading Lady post too!

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  14. c

    The sentiment says it all, Anita…a card that makes me exuberantly happy! Love your flower cluster and the framing…perfect!
    Hugs~c

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  15. caryndavies

    Gorgeous Anita, the bold sentiment looks great.
    Thanks for sharing your amazing creation with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Hugs,
    Caryn x

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  16. Petra

    WOW, what a great B&W border you’ve got there, Anita!!!!! It frames your flowers and lovely bold sentiment beautifully!!!! And as for the flowers …STUNNING and oh so lovely – the colours are delish!!!! What a great card, Anita – LOVE it!!!!!
    Have a great day!!!!!

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