Monday, March 19, 2012

FCCB Challenge Me Monday

Happy Monday!  The weekend was gorgeous and went by way too quickly.  Saturday we took a five hour drive to see my husband's great aunt and uncle.  We spent a few hours visiting with them and then drove five hours back home.  It was a good trip but made for a long day.  Today was spent resting but I could really use an extra day in the weekend.

This week at FCCB we are celebrating spring and want to see your projects with flowers (at least three).  The base of my card was cut at 5" x 6.5".  I embossed the green background paper with my Cuttlebug.  All of the flowers came from the cartridge Walk in my Garden and were cut at 2.5".  The cute little bee is a PKS Cottage Cutz die.  For the finishing touches, I added some twine, stickles, glossy accents, and doodling around the flowers.

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Items Used:
Walk in my Garden cartridge
Peachy Keen Stamps: CC-PK 4x6 - 002 Bugs
My Creative Time: This & That
Glossy Accents
Gelly Roll White Pen

Stop on over to FCCB to see what the rest of the fabulous DT has created.  I promise you won't be disappointed!  Have a wonderful day!


  1. Aaaw, what a springy card and such a happy bumble bee:) I love the twine and the great embossing-looks awesome and really pops! Fun card!!
    Sherrie K

  2. Oh my goodness, that little bee's face is just precious!!

  3. What an adorable little spring time scene you have created! Cute, cute, cute - this is a great card Megan!

  4. WOW AWESOME spring card Megan!SO CUTE,I LOVE the great embossing and sweet little PK bee!BEAUTIFUL job!:)

  5. So many cute things. I love the bright striped background and the green embossed piece.` The flowers are so pretty and what a cute little bee. Also love the way you used the twine. Awesome job!

  6. Love the colors it is so springy.

  7. Love this card. It makes me smile. Love the twine and the bright flowers.

  8. You did an awesome job! I love all you did: the twine, stitching, embossing, EVERYTHING! Just fab!
    ♥ Cyndy

  9. This is so sweet, Megan! The little bee's face is precious. Great job on all the stitching too. That adds so much to the look of the flowers.