poppystamps Dogwood Blossom and Swirly Bird…

Pam Sparks Dogwood Trio

Happy Wednesday everyone!  Today I’m posting some easy on the eyes cards… hehe  Is there a color that doesn’t go with kraft card-stock?  I don’t know of any right off the top of my head! lol  Today it’s ‘pinks’ turn.

And what better way to use pink than these beautiful poppystamps Dogwood Blossom dies!  I’ll put links to all the dies below in Inlinkz since the post is gonna be a little picture heavy.

Pam Sparks Dogwood Blossom Corner

I started off with this Dogwood Blossom Corner die and one thing lead to another! lol  (I used my embedding die technique, video how to under the blog header video tab and titled Adhering Intricate Dies)

Pam Sparks Dogwood Blossom Triptych

and why not just use them all in pink and kraft?! lol

Pam Sparks Falling Dogwood

It’s not been a sunshiny week here so these cards are cheering me up and I needed some thank you cards. Win, win! hehe

Linking up…

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes

Simon Says Stamp August Work it Wednesday

Die Cuttin’ Divas – Anything Goes

Addicted to Stamps and More – Clean and Simple

Thanks for stopping in again… tomorrow is Taylored Expressions release day and I’ve got some fun cards to share!  Hope you’ll come back!

Dies and Supplies I used on these cards…

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24 thoughts on “poppystamps Dogwood Blossom and Swirly Bird…

  1. There you go, using that Kraft again – LOVE LOVE LOVE these! The Kraft and pink are so pretty! My fave is the Triptych! Thanks for always sharing, inspiring, and yes…enabling!!!

  2. Well you had me at butterfly – and I also love the one with the square frames on the side. I can see where these would cheer you up. We still have sunshine here in southern MO. – but you watch birthday party planned for our 1yr. great grandson on Sat. and it will be raining. I sure hope not as it is a swimming-bbq. And lots of kids (hmmm…..). Just ask Patti J. about me and kids.

  3. OMG!! I LOVE the kraft background paired with the pink and green!! These cards are GORGEOUS!!

    I have a quick question about the Dogwood Blossom Corner. Do you cut this once in green then once in pink and cover the green blossoms with the pink ones? (Probably a stupid question but the blossoms on your card using this die look amazingly seamless … like there was never a green blossom underneath the pink one!!)

    Thanks for your help!! I am NEVER disappointed after a visit to your blog!!

  4. Oh-So-Pretty!!! Fabulous color combination!!! Love the inlay on the first card.
    Perfect match up on the second card…LOVE!!!
    Darling little ‘Swirly Bird’.
    Thanks for sharing with us! So very nicely done!!!

  5. Ack!! More pretty! I’m on overload here. I love each of these cards and the dies you used and, yes, the pink is so pretty with the kraft. Now I feel like putting the fall cards away and rewinding to spring. Ohhh, I especially love that bird!

  6. These dogwood cards are adorable. I love dogwood flowers. I planted a pink dogwood tree in my front yard and it bloomed every year for the past 8 years until a freeze killed it last February of this year boo hoo! Love the pink against the kraft background…so pretty. Looking forward to your TE cards. You made my day, thanks for sharing Pam!

  7. Your pink, green, and kraft color combo is lovely, Pam! My fave is the one using the dogwood corners! Thanks for joining us again this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  8. Pink and green have always been two of my favs. The first set of “melmac” I bought for my hope chest were white with a pink and green floral border. I have pink, green, black and a touch of camel in my bedroom. So, of course I love these cards!!! Sent from my iPhone

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  9. You’re right about Kraft cardstock – anything goes with it. Pink especially looks so pretty with any shade of brown. Your cards are gorgeous! Thank you for joining us at Die Cuttin’ Divas this week!

    Evelyn

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