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Birthday Pansies

The Meljen’s Designs challenge for this week is a super easy one.  This week we want you to wow us with ANYTHING GOES!   Knock off our socks with any project using a Meljen’s Designsimage.

For my project, I decided to go with paper piecing again.  It must be the spring fever that I am suffering from that has made me not want to color.   But that is okay because Meljen’s has so many images that work perfectly with paper piecing.   (Melissa also has a large variety of precolored digis if you don’t feel like paper piecing either.) 

20125-03-29 MJD pansies WM

When you stop by the Meljen’s Designs blog to link up your ANYTHING GOES creation, be sure to check out the posts from the Design Team.    We all are taking turns posting tutorials, tips, or little snippets about our favorite Meljen’s Designs images.    If you haven’t dropped by, you are missing out on all kinds of beautiful projects and inspiring tutorials.

Do you remember what exciting event occurred at the beginning of April 2 years ago?  What?  You don’t?  Well, the very first Meljen’s Designs Design Team was kicked off with a blog hop. (I was part of that team!)    In order to celebrate, we are going to have an Anniversary Blog Hop starting on April 2nd.   And what is a blog hop with out prizes?  Mark your calendars!  You won’t want to miss it.

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

While you are here, don’t forget to check out my March Followers Blog Candy of 2 MME paper pads.  The drawing is closing soon.  Click on the picture for details.

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Pansies (digital stamp) by Meljen’s Designs, Communique Curves Sentiments Stamp Set from Papertrey Ink
  • Inks:  Close To My Heart Garden Green & Petal
  • Papers:  Papertrey Kraft &  Plum Pudding CS, Georgia Pacific white CS, My Mind’s Eye Six by Six A Beautiful Life DP pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Bow Easy
  • Embellishments:  Close To My Heart ribbon, misc. lace, Kaiser Craft pearls

Challenges:

Comments

Mary J said…
That is so very beautiful Cheryl! Gorgeous flowers!
whoistracy said…
Just gorgeous Cheryl!! It's ok, I think I have spring fever, too. LOL We had such fabulous weather a few weeks ago (temps in the mid 70s). Now it's cold and supposed to snow today. Yuck!
Hanneke said…
Wow, lovely card you posted on MIM! Love the colors and paper piecing! Thanks for your visit to my blog! Hugs, Hanneke
jimlynn said…
VERY pretty and I love the lace on here!
Lynn
Nicole said…
What a beautiful card, Cheryl. I love the papers you used. Fab. colours. Hugs, Nicole
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Bea und Doreen said…
beautiful card. Wonderful paper.
Many thanks for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week
Hugs
Doreen
1CardCreator said…
Gorgeous card, love the paper piecing!
*Jennyfer L* said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl! Love it!

Coming from MIM!
Donna Heber said…
Hi Cheryl,

I just love all the colors in your card and pansies are fabulous! I'm visiting from MIM.
Another gorgeous card! I love the colors and the stitching is perfect!! Thanks for joining in our Squigglefly Challenge!
Pattie G said…
Cheryl,


This is so nice! Thanks for joining us at Pattie’s Creations Design Challenge…

Hugs
Pattie ♥
Wedgie said…
Gorgeous card, I love the papers and your stitching, soooo pretty!

Thanks for sharing at Sweet Stampin this week and we hope to see you again soon. Wedgie xxx
Sandi said…
Thanks for playing in our 'Anything Goes' Challenge #40, and for using a Digital OR Stamped image!
Sandi ♥
DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
and Pattie's shop
Home of Pattieboop and Allie!
Holly said…
This is such a pretty card Cheryl! I love your papers and the stitching and lace are wonderful touches! Thanks for playing in Squigglefly's challenge!
Sandra H said…
Hi Cheryl, this is lovely great colours in the background so lovely:)x
Karen B. said…
So pretty, great use of the paper!
Jennifer said…
I just love the feel of this card! Rich and homey! I love your flowers, lace and all the great stitching!
Stacy said…
Gorgeous card! I just love pansies, and these are lovely with the paper piecing, I would have never thought to do that! The warm soft colors of the papers really set off the sentiment too!
Ellis said…
Beautiful card and great job on the paper piecing! =)
Hugs, Elenor
Karin said…
I'm loving your sentiment cards and that flower turned out so well! Great vintage flair on this one too!
mixamatoasties said…
That's a lovely card!

Thanks for joining in at Sweet Stampin' this week.

Susan x
What fun papers you used for this card and the paper piecing! I love that purple die cut too and the addition of the pearls!!!
xiumaiyuki said…
*sigh* sooooo pretty!!
Valchen said…
Soooo beautiful! Thanks for joining us this week at The Crazy Challenge Blog!
Hugs,
Valentina
Shelby said…
Love the elegance you've created with this card!

Shelby
Tammy said…
Beautiful card Cheryl!! I love the paper piecing and the gorgeous lace!
THERESA said…
Absolutely love this, so cheery and bright!!
Thanks for joining us over at Squigglefly, love to have you...............:))
lotsa luv
Pattie G said…
Cheryl,


This is so pretty! Thanks for joining us at Pattie’s Creations Design Challenge…

Hugs
Pattie ♥
Charlene said…
This is such a pretty card...love all the different dp's and the beautiful ribbon that you used. Thanks for joining us at Pattie's Creations Anything Goes Challenge...good luck ~ Charlene PC DT
Dawny P said…
Wow this is a lovely card chick - the colours are fabulous. Thank you for joining us over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge. Hugs, Dawny x
Becky B. said…
So pretty! I love the stitched "quilt look" of this card!
Mandy said…
Beautiful card,great colours and the ribbon and lace are both lovely....Thank you for joining in with us at Truly Scrumptious....Hope to see you next time...
Mandy x
Michele Roos said…
This is such a gorgeous card. I love the image you've used and the colours also. Thanks for joining us this fortnight @ Truly Scrumptious. Hugs Michele x
Sonia said…
Hello!
Totally Gorgeous creation!
Thanks for joining us at Lollipop Crafts
-Sony DT

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