Problems are here to be solved - I used the big mushroom from Jo Capper -Sandon, cut of the top, doodled my own flowers and added some nice hearts on the top... It made me smile - my flowers look like these baobab trees in Madagascar! One day , I will go there and admire those gorgeous trees!
Wish you all a lovely week!
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waouh...you are so creative Lena, fantastic way to turn mushrooms into flowers!!!!!AntwortenLöschen
That's is so inventive I'm really impressed by your thinking!AntwortenLöschen
Thank you for joining us at stampotique designers challenge ....... I admire your attitude that just because you had no flower stamps you still wanted to be part of the challenge and looked outside the box! Well done,
P.S I ment to say .... I love your header!AntwortenLöschen
Very creative! Well done.AntwortenLöschen
You are certainly a master of disguise, Lena! Great use of the Stampotique mushroom stamp to create one-of-a-kind flowers!!! Although Stampotique loves it when you use their stamps, they are NOT required. Only requirement is using rubber or clear stamps--no digis! Thanks for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge this week!AntwortenLöschen
Fabulous card Lena. As Kay says, you can use any stamps now, so long as they're not digis!! Thanks for joining us again at Stampotique this week.AntwortenLöschen