Sunday, April 1, 2018

Happy Easter, April's Fools Day and April blog hop!

Welcome to the April 2018 blog hop with Di's Country Inkers!  Our theme this month is Springtime. Here in Arizona it was 91 degrees yesterday and more predicted this week….seems like summertime!  And today is both Easter and April’s Fools day – weird!   Here is my project for the blog hop:
Orchids are such beautiful flowers and I thought they would be long lasting in a matching flower box!

Here are some closeups and other angles:

These are the Stampin’ Up products I used for my card:
·       Wood crate framelit
·       Sweet Soiree ready shreddie
·       Color theory designer series paper stack
·       Bitty bow embellishments (berry burst)
·       ¼” white organza ribbon
·       Bottles & bubbles framelits (straw/stick was used for stems)
·       Myths & magical 6 x 6 iridescent glimmer paper
·       Climbing orchid & framelit
·       Berry burst inkpad and cardstock
·       Glitter epoxy shapes

You can get all of these Stampin’ Up products I used in my online store:
The Occasions catalog runs until the end of May.
Please go through all the creative blogs ahead and see all the wonderful creations from everyone.  At the end of this post you'll see the next blog hopper - click on that link and go to her blog.  And you can do the same for every blog until you get to the end.  Don’t forget to click on the Next button at the bottom of my post to continue on the hop with the next fun blog and creations!

The next blog you will hop to is:

Thanks for stopping by!  Happy Easter and April's Fools Day!!

Here is a list of all of this month’s bloggers, and thanks for Barb for continuing to coordinate our monthly blog hops!


  1. Love your flowers in a box.
    Happy Easter

  2. Hi Mary! Great combination of the orchid set and the crate. Fun hopping with you! Hope you have a wonderful day.

  3. What a beautiful 3D flower arrangement. I wouldn't have thought to layer the cardstock behind the flowers, but it's perfect accent!

  4. Oh I love them in the crate, and no watering them!!! Hugs, Di



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