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Diva Blog Hop brings May Flowers

You are arrived from Denise:

This month the Stampin' Divas are bringing (maybe blinging also) flowers! Who doesn't love fresh spring blooms in May? So let's get blooming!

I used the Painted Blooms DSP 137784 from the Occasions catalog available until June 2. Page 18-19 Occasions. I also used the Butterfly Thinlets Dies 137360 page 26 Occasions catalog. 

This paper is was designed by an artist. Stampin' Up! Gave the artist paint and canvas and said go for it. So the whole pack are reproductions of actual art. How wonderful is that?!!! 

To make it super easy just trim and frame. But of course I never go that easy. 

This one is super simple. Painted Blooms and Butterfly Thinlets and a greeting and a layer of paper. 

Okay, this one is super easy, paper and the butterfly using gold foil paper. Butterfly on with mini glue dot. It needs no greeting. 

This frame was quite easy also. Paper, Hello You Thinlets Dies 137363 page 31 Occasions for the words, and gold foil punched butterflies in Elegant Butterfly punch 127526. Banner punched out of the Painted Blooms paper using the Bitty Banner Punch. I used a lot of glue dots on the banner. 

All frames are from Ikea. 

Thank you for stopping our monthly Diva blog hop. 

Happy blogging and sharing, Sandy

Head over to Amy:

(Autumn normally follows me and wasn't able to participate this month.)

Entire Crew:



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