My garden sprite is a stamp from "inkadinkado".
For the first time in my life I used some "karenmarieklip" from Denmark. It was almost relaxing trying to arrange the arch - almost like dressing a paperdoll in the old days...
Do you know Hans Christian Andersen from Denmark? The story writer, remember? He did a lot of paperclip too, so you can imagine that Denmark has got a great tradition there. Beautiful cards, window decorations, christmas-tree hanger...
I just Love all your three D elements, really brings it all to life!AntwortenLöschen
Beautiful arch, what a gorgeous image!AntwortenLöschen
How beautiful! I love your little red sprite and all the other bits and pieces. I don't know how you do it but I really love the way the flowers, trees, etc stand away from the arch so that there is a shadowing showing. Wonderful work.AntwortenLöschen
beautiful garden! would love to have a picnic in there!AntwortenLöschen
Lovely arch and so different too!!AntwortenLöschen
Hi Lena! You have yummy 3-D goodness ging in here! Beautiful work!AntwortenLöschen
Wow, fantastic Lena. I love it. It's my favourite of yours I think! Thanks for a wonderful day out too.AntwortenLöschen
the karenmarieklip suits this very well ( which reminds me I have some somewhere in a drawer)AntwortenLöschen
i love the way she just floats from the tree
Wonderful arch.....such patience you must have to do all that tiny cutting1AntwortenLöschen
Wonderful creation !AntwortenLöschen
Such a beautiful arch - thank you for sharing! :)AntwortenLöschen
a gorgeous archAntwortenLöschen