Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Bizzy Bec's September Challenge

Wow the first day of spring. My garden is full of gorgeous daffodils and iris's and my wattle trees are simply bursting with ludicrously yellow blooms. This fits in perfectly with Bizzy Bec's September Challenge. This months challenge is to create a "CHEERFUL SPRING CREATION".

I have used the new Bildmalarna image "Mimosa with watering can". Isnt she just the cutest? I coloured her with copic markers. I used the scallop circle and circle spellbinder dies, the Magnolia swirl doo hickey die, flowers and DP which I purchased from Bizzy Bec's.

We had the most amazing creations in last months challenge and we are all looking forward to seeing what you come up with this month.

Have a wonderful day, hugs xo Jackie


  1. This is just adorable.. Love the papers and your coloring is just fantastic.. Very lovely work as always..
    Hugs, Linda

  2. hi Jackie,
    This is a beautiful card. I lov eyour design paper and the colour mix. the swirls are majestic and what a gorgeous image. Great work.
    Fiona x

  3. Hi Jackie,Beautiful as ever,Love those gorgeous papers.
    well its still summer here,but it looks like autumm.
    Big hugs Heidy

  4. Gorgeous Jack! Love the swirls with pearls (heehee) and the added touch of glitter. Where's the pics of your garden with the ludicrous yellow wattle??

    Love Kylie ox

  5. Hello!

    This is so cute! The colors, the layout - everything perfection! Love it!

    Wishing you a good evening!


    Barbara Diane

  6. Yay for Spring!! I love spring, when all the flowers come out!! Your card is so sweet, and your little girl is the cutest!! I love your papers and your flowers go so well!! Super card Jackie:-)

  7. Wow!! This is a BEAUTIFUL card!!! Your coloring skills are fantastic!

  8. So the punched swirls and wonderful colours you have used.

  9. So beautiful card Jackie,I love the image and the colours.
    So gorgeous papers.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  10. This is soooo sweet - love that touch of green amongst the pink flowers - you've captured Spring perfectly