Sunday, April 18, 2010

Mom's Tulips

My family immigrated to the USA when I was 8 years old. The Dutch is still in my though! This is the card I will give to my mother on Mother's Day. She has had several strokes and is in the early stages of Alzheimer's but does still have the love of tulips. In fact she is remembering more in Dutch than in English. I made this card for the StampTV color challenge which was to use blue, red and yellow. It is also for the Stampin Sisters in Christ challenge #35 which was to use flowers. And, last but not least, it was for the Flutter By Wednesday challenge which I just discovered! The polka dot paper is from the October Afternoon paper pack called Report Card. I cut out some of the tulip petals and popped them up to give them some dimension.  Thanks for stopping by on this rainy day. 


Kristie said...

This is so pretty!!! Thanks for playing along at Flutter By Wednesday!

peggysue said...

Such a bright, happy card! Great layout, nice cutout with the tulips gracefully placed over the opening. Thanks for participating in the Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge, we look forward to seeing your creation next week!

Lisa Hjulberg said...

Gorgeous! I love tulips, too, and GinaK Designs! And I love your "view" (blog header)...that's my idea of paradise!

When you get a moment, could you go back and repost your card using Inlinkz? We're trying to switch over. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Thanks so much,

Lovely Linda said...

Hi Miesje, this is gorgeous! I love those tulips and the bold colours you have used - perfect for tulips and this challenge! Love it! Thanks for playing along with us at the Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenge this week, we love to see your cards and would love to see you next week again!
Linda SSCC Design Team

Danni said...

Such a pretty card!! Thanks for playing along with my flutter by challenge!

Anonymous said...

Miesje, This is one of my favorite GKD stamp sets. I don't have it so I have to admire it from afar! The polka dots with the yellow is so fresh for spring. Thanks for the opportunity to see your art by playing along with us at SSCC.