Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Club Scrap Daffodils linky party

Today I am showcasing all kinds of projects
with the wonderful Club Scrap Daffodils kit.

You find all the projects on the Club Scrap Blog.

The paper kit is wonderful and makes lots of great 
scrapbook pages. I had some wonderful pictures from
last year's visit to the Keukenhof with my Club Scrap
friend Jill. Perfect for these pages.

All elements are from the March Daffodils kit.
I also added some splatter papers I made
a few days ago with the bingo blast technique.

The flowers, wooden sentiment and fun velvet buttons
are all part of the March Daffodils kit.

For this project I used the Daffodils hybrid kit.
I had such a great picture of my eldest grandson and 
his school project, that he brought home yesterday, 
that I made a quick digital page in photoshop.

With some of the leftover pieces of paper from the 
splatter technique and cut ofs from the layout, I made these 
cards with weaving those strips and taping them to the card.

 For the first card I decorated the woven strips
of paper with a roset and this daffodil cut out that
cam with the paper kit. The sentiment is stamped
and the butterflies are punched out.
The second card is on this lovely decorated
paper with the last strips and another piece
of cut out from the kit, more butterflies
and sticky pearls. The word happy is typed
with the computer and cut out and glued to the 
green strip.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


The Altered Paper said...

Both are beautiful cards with an awesome design-love the strips!

Jill P said...

I love them Hetty

Annette Dragon said...

Way cool and great minds think alike.

Maxine D said...

Wow Hetty you have some wonderful projects there from the kit - I am so impressed and love the results

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Julie said...

Hetty you really created such a lovely array of pieces!! Love them all. :)

Daffodil Cards said...

Oh! my goodness Hetty, what fabulous projects you have made, so different and ALL so beautiful. Love that kit.

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Lisa D said...

Fabulous works of Daffodil art, Hetty!

Laura said...

Wow, you've created so many beautiful cards and layouts! Just love the daffodil motif! So cool that your grandson was working with daffodils too! How fun to visit the Keukenhof with Jill!!! Would love to see the amazing flowers there!