I spent a bit of time catching up at Anita's blog Neet & Crafty and found that a certain someone is celebrating a birthday at Less is More - decision made!!
I've drawn my inspiration from Neets' colors and design, the line drawn SSS flowers [snippets that only needed a touch of color], and dots - mine in the form of dotted vellum from PTI - over a card base of Fog-grey cardstock from SSS to mimic a bit of Neets' darling stamped grey dots.
Congrats to both wonderful,
and lovely ladies!!!
[remember I am a DT at Muse - so NO votes!!]
Very pretty! I love the softness of these colours and the sketchy feel of the outlines!
Really like the effect of the white lines of the image. A classy beautiful birthday card.
Love your CASe'd card
Oooh, Michele, I ADORE your card! It's so preeeeteeee!!!
I love your white outlined flowers and the dotted vellum over the grey base is so dreamy. Fabulous make and wonderful use of those flower snippets too.
Thanks for playing along and for also linking up at Less is More.
What a beautiful case!
Michele, this is so gorgeous! Awesome use of those pretty colors! Hope you're doing well! :)
Michele, such a lovely card! I love your soft polka dot paper and the sweet watercolored flowers...just beautiful!
Absolutely beautiful Michele! Love your take on Anita's card, super duper water coloured blooms and a great way to use those snippets over at Less is More. thanks as always for playing along. Sarah xx
This is absolutely lovely!!!
Oooh, I love those flowers - so pretty! The colours are gorgeous,and I love the scribbly style!
So lovely, Michele ... those soft, sketchy blooms are just delicious against the delicate polka dot background ... splendid! Hugs, Anita :)
So very pretty. I love your colored flowers and how they are stamped (embossed) in white. Such a sweet birthday card and lovely tribute to Anita's muse card.
So pretty Michele, the subtle polka background is perfect with those stunning watercolour flowers!
Stunning - those florals are gorgeous and just so blooming beautiful!!
Polka dots always look so sweet and they are perfect with your whimsical flowers! Love the watercolors!
Such a beautiful card, Michele! I love your choice of blooms and that you implemented the same colors as Anita! Love the softness of the dotted vellum, too! Perfect birthday card :)
Stunning take on MUSE! :)
Really pretty card!
Di xx Less is More Snippets GD)
So pretty! It's very hard not to vote for you. :)
Love this !!!!!in fact loved it so much was voting for it and didnt realise it was yours until I had cast my vote ...oops :)xx
This is beautiful Michele, so pretty. Carol x
Very pretty. I adore these stamps. So simple yet impactful.
You know how I love these blooms and the softness of the polka dotted vellum adds that much more! Beautiful :)
You know, these were back in stock and I finally snagged one!
I have this stamp set and you make me want to ink it up!! I LOVE how you colored in the images and used them on this card. Beautiful design!
Love those dots and the grey colour of the bg, Michele!!!! Your flowers are beautiful!!!! Lovely card for the two special ladies!!!
Have a great day!!!!
gorgeous card, love those polka dots.
Michele....love your card! Your sweet pair of posies are just adorable.
Love your card with soft colors !
Beautiful card Michele! I love those cute flowers and I am loving the vellum polka dot paper. Hugs, Brenda
Gorgeous flowers, this is so elegant Michele, great take on Neet's card!
Thank you for playing along with Snippets for Chrissie
"Less is More"
Oh, this is so pretty! I love it!
That first card is lovely, it would be perfect to enter our current challenge at Quirky Crafts. Cazzy x - on behalf of the Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog DT.
Gorgeous card Michele!
You know I love those Artful Flowers, so this card is a favorite, Michele.
I need a vase of flowers like those on my kitchen table...so gorgeous! You do realize that this stroll of seeing one of your awesome cards followed by another and another is revealing your abundant creativity with even greater clarity! You may be glazing over at my comments, but I am becoming more enthralled with your talents with every post. Perhaps falling behind was a good thing...
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