Creative Fingers challenge – spring flowers

The grass withers, the flower fades, But the word of our God stands forever. – See more at:! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone.

See! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone.

Song of Solomon 2:11

This watering can – from Delicious Doodles –  card for Creative Fingers Challenge this week.  The sentiment is from Hunkydory and was white, but inked using distress inks.  The the bird is also from a hunkydory kit.


Here are today’s challenges: – spring celebrations – spring flowers – shaped cards – use your stash – the Secret garden – flowers galore – spring scene – thankful for spring – spring flowers – fabulous florals – flowers – something green – shop your stash

Don’t forget to enter your Delicious Doodles creation at Creative Fingers!

Yours in Crafting,

Leona x x


18 thoughts on “Creative Fingers challenge – spring flowers

  1. What a beautiful creation! LOVE that gorgeous watering can and the fun shape of this card! Thank you for joining us at Great Impressions! HUGS and have a wonderful rest of the week! 🙂 Mynn xx


  2. Wonderful card, love the beautiful flowers!
    Thanks for joining us for the CAGI Challenge, hope to see you come back soon!
    ¸..• ´¨¨)) -:¦:-¸.•´ .•´¨¨))*((¸¸.•´ ..•´
    Shell in Alaska ~ CAGI DT ~


  3. Loving your amazing image! Your coloring is simply amazing and the scalloped circles are perfect! Thank you so much for sharing your incredible inspiration with us at 4 Crafty Chicks for our Shape Challenge

    Tamie DT


  4. So awesome, just love that water can with flowers, and the shape of this card is so cool. Great job in entering our shape card challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks. Thanks again!

    Leanne DT@4CC


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