Smallish things...ATC
Happy Spring Card

Welcome Spring!

Hi everyone!
Just a few more days until Spring arrives on our doorstep.
My daffodils have been in bloom for a couple of weeks now, which inspired this project today to welcome in the new season.

I'll be using these items from Clear Scraps.

I grabbed a wreath from the dollar store, paper from my stash, Clear Scraps products, alcohol ink and went to town.

(You can click on the photo to see it larger)


Playing with alcohol ink is just so much fun.
Our schedule here at home as been particularly full lately, and I found applying the alcohol ink to the acrylic to be a stress reliever.


Aren't the colors reminiscent of spring?


I hope you you've been inspired to get in the craft room and play with your Clear Scraps products!


Happy crafty hugs,

Leah C

Supplies Used:
Pattern Paper: Graphic 45  (Once upon a springtime collection)
Acrylic: Clear Scraps - Butterflies, Welcome, Banners
Stamps: Tim Holtz
Twine: The Twinery (buttercream)
Alpha Stickers: American Crafts Thickers (Delight)
Ivory Brads: Gartner
Flowers: Samantha Walker cut files
Glue: Hot Glue, American Crafts Foam Dots
Tiny Attacher: Tom Holtz
Ink/Paint: Ranger Alcohol Ink, Viva D├ęcor Paint Pen, Stazon
Wreath: Dollar Store
Ribbon: Bazzill Tulle
Electronic Cutter: Silhouette Cameo


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This is so beautiful!!!
Love how each piece is done and added.
Great job on this piece


so very creative Leah!!! beautiful!!!!!!


this is beautiful! saw it on your blog too.

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