Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Flower Soft Blog Hop: Anything Goes!

The Flower Soft team is hopping today... today we're sharing projects of any theme, using Flower Soft. You may see some new products along the way as well! If you arrived here from Deb's blog, you're on the right track. If you just happened to stop by, you may want to start from the Flower Soft Blog to make sure you don't miss a thing... because prizes are involved!!

The new products haven't made their way to my corner of the world yet, so I'm sharing a card I made with the Country Village Download - I deepened some of the shadows with a Sepia colored pencil, then used Sage, Pine, Sand, Christmas Green, and Lavender Flower Soft for the scene - I've shared some step-by-step pictures in a separate post. I used this month's sketch from SFYTT for my layout, and thought a textured white background was a nice complement to the country church scene.

If you'd like to join in on the challenge, pull out the Flower Soft ---------- we'd love to have you join us, and you might even win a prize! This week we’ll be giving away TWO prize packages! One prize package will be given away on the blog hop and another will be chosen among people who make a card or project of any theme using Flower Soft and post it in the Splitcoast Gallery using the keyword FSC21. Both prize winners will be chosen and announced on the Flower Soft blog. The winner of the Splitcoast Gallery challenge will have their card featured on the Flower Soft Blog. By the way, we're changing our Sprinkle challenges and hops to every other week, to give everyone a little more time to play! As you make your way through the hop remember to comment on each and every post! There will be a prize winner chosen randomly among the blogs. The prize package (one for Splitcoast players and one set for the blog hop) is a $50 gift certificate!!

I'm glad you stopped by... your next stop is Debbie Seyer's blog.... hope you enjoy the hop!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

P.S. If you're looking for more Flower Soft ideas, be sure to tune in to Flower Soft TV - a new episode is posted every Friday. You can also register at the FSTV site and have a chance at weekly drawings for free Flower Soft products!

22 comments:

  1. Dina, awesome card!!!! It is very elegant!
    Hugs
    Agnieszka

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  2. So beautiful, Dina! I love how you shared the way you combine and layer colors! Great tutorial!

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  3. great work! love those flowers and vine on the church.

    And you used Sand! the only one I have a the moment. (very new to flowersoft)

    yipe!!! also looked at your tutorial thank you.

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  4. Beautiful card, Dini! Love your tutorial too!

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  5. Lovely card! Anne, yourmainestamper

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  6. fabulous i love this card tfs xx

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  7. After trying to mail you something that took FOREVER I can see why it has not made it to your world yet, LOL! Beautiful card!

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  8. Dina,this is gorgeous! So very Elegant!!
    Thank you for adding the info as well. I didn't know that you could use the alcohol ink on flower soft!Thank you for the tip and for sharing!

    Blessings and hugs,

    Mary

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  9. stunning, i looked at this for a long time. bethann d

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  10. WOW, Dina, your card is stunning, so elegant and beautiful!
    xxxx

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  11. I love your card, the image really pops with the white card background! Wow, you really used a mix of colors to achieve this look! I guess that is how you make it look so realistic. :) I love the lavender, really pretty. Thank you for sharing.

    Katie

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  12. Holy cow - that image is gorgeous and your flowers are sooooo beautiful. I want to be you when I grow up!

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  13. This is so-o-o- elegant! Love it

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  14. You have nothing to fear but fear itself. How true this renders here, because your card (and other cards) would never disappoint. You do have a special gift no matter what you do.

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  15. What a beautiful and elegant card. I love all of the whites with your beautiful image. Thanks for being a inspiration.

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  16. Beautiful card! I love the colours and am off to look at your tutorials!

    Esme x

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  17. This is simply stunning!

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  18. those flowers are absolutly stunning

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