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May 20, 2012

Every day is a gift

As I was walking along the lake nearby I came across a ring of mushrooms. Somehow I have  always been fascinated by mushrooms. The umbrella like tops and the soft soft rings underneath. Nature is a wonder isn't it? And everyday is a gift!
So I decided to color up a mushroom image and make a card.

This is a digi stamp from Make it Crafty.  They do have some wonderful images.
The beautiful sentiment is from paper trey ink (I think from the buttons collection or tag collection I am not sure). It is the perfect sentiment to recapture that  moment.
The tag itself is cut using a nestability. I just snipped off one end.
The mats for the card is recollections Kraft paper while all the papers  are from DCWV green stack (8 x 8 ) .
The card itself is 6.25x6.25 inches. I used a prima flower and stacked it up with  another acrylic flower to then finally added a red heart pearl for the center. The paper clip was from Walmart. I added a big white pearl heart to it.
And of course I loved pulling out my new brother )Costco) sewing machine and adding a decorative stitch to the mushroom square. I added a small satin ribbon to the tag.
Maybe this will stay as a card or I might just add this whole thing as a panel in a scrapbook page. I might just have to go back to that part of the lake again with a camera!

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Zoe said...

Oh what a gorgeous card Pam!!

Fabulous colouring and I love the grass too. The stitched border is a fantastic finish!

Thanks so much for sending me the link hun.

Zoe xo

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Pam this card is BEAUTIFUL! I love the colors, this is amazing. TFS

doodlingdebbie said...

Pam, this card is lovely as it can be. Thank you for sharing.

Michelle said...

Lovely colouring Pam. Love those papers too.

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