Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Bloom with Happiness

 Welcome to my blog and I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. I also want to wish you a Happy and Health NEW YEAR and hope that 2016 brings all kinds of good things your way. I just could not bring myself to do another holiday card. I need some flowers. Our challenge at The Outlawz Twisted Thursday is starting and the twist for this week is ANYTHING GOES. We would love to see what your cards/projects you are working so come and share them with us.
 Two sizes of Spellbinders elegant ovals. Suze Weinberg's crocked corn for the center of the flowers. The flowers are from Martha Steward hydrangea punch and the greens are from her branch punch. The papers used are from my scraps. Some ribbon on the right side. The image is from Sandi Hugarrt.
These are the copic markers used to color the image.
 Hope you like my card? Nice and simple for this time. Sure have to get my craft room cleaned up, I have real mess from all the Christmas stuff, got to put it all away. How about you? Have a wonderful new year eve be safe and stay well.

9 comments:

Donna said...

What a beautiful card, Patricia! Bright colors and a sunny sentiment really set this one apart. Our winter hasn't been that bad (yet) but I find myself longing for spring. LOL! This card really puts me in a spring state of mind. Thanks!

Donna Hanley said...

Just a lovely card, Pat. Wishing you a very happy, healthy New Year.

*Vicki* said...

This is so beautiful Pat!! LOVE all of the textured elements on your design and the flowers just seem to pop right out of that watering can!! I love it!! Wishing you a fabulous New Year for 2016 my friend! :) HUGS

Carrie Sheridan said...

Lovely card, Pat! Such pretty, cheerful colors! And I could sympathize with you about getting the craft room cleaned up! Mine is a mess, also!
Wishing you many blessings in the new year!

Jean Chaney said...

I love this springy, bright and cheerful card, Pat. I'm not a fan of winter so this card makes me smile. I love all the layers, the coloring, and how you match the insides. My room isn't as messy as it is just toooo full! Guess I should stop buying stuff I don't need and use what I've got! Right, LOL!

Lori Kobular said...

Love that watering can filled with flowers! Makes me thing of Spring! Very pretty card!!

Janet McLaughlin said...

I love how springy this is Pat! The colors are so bright and cheerful! Beautifully done!

Donna Ellis said...

Beautiful card, Pat! Your color choices are so happy and vibrant! I hope your Christmas celebrations were extra special. I'm beginning to emerge from this last exacerbation, and hope to be visiting more regularly, soon! Happy New Year! hugs, de

Pia S said...

A couple of weeks without Christmas cards and I'm ready to dive back in. But really refreshing to see something other than Christmas. I always seem to start a new year using something pink and girly just to be on the opposite scale.
Your card is lovely, Pat.