Friday, 5 February 2016

Triples

I was wondering how I was going to even get this post written over the last few days as I've really struggled with internet availability.
We lost internet here again on Tuesday lunch as many here did when BT went down, fine I thought I was going to my son's for the day so I would catch up there - wrong his Virgin had also bombed on Monday!
After numerous phone calls the engineer is heading his way on Saturday afternoon to check the connection, not for the first time I hasten to add. Anyhow when I returned BT had reconnected us so today I madly got what needed doing, just in case the internet failed again!
Technology is great when it works but an absolute pain in the butt when it doesn't!

Anyway, hi and welcome to a brand new challenge over at STAMPlorations.

Here is my card for this month's sketch / theme challenge.


This is this month's theme

or you can use this sketch

or combine them both, the choice is all yours! I sort of chose both in my own way!
I stamped various blooms from Flowers and Frames then fussy cut them and made little bouquets. I cut a frame of 6 using a MFT Blueprint quilt die in pale blue card, then cut it down to just 3.
On a white base card I flicked some dilute Memento Gray Flannel then stamped a sentiment from the same Flowers and Frames set and placed the frame and flower clusters on top of the splatter.

Please check out the main blog for more details on the challenge and prizes and while you are there, check out the fab DT's inspiration, including our latest member of the team Suchi and our GD Diane Jaquay.

I'd like to join in over at -

              Grab Our Badge!   
                                             Words Challenge 
                                                   'Love is the flower you've got to let grow' 

Inspired by the frame, theme and flowers


13 comments:

  1. So lovely and soft! You sure know how to use triplets well. The internet situation sounds awful. What is with technology lately?

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  2. Beautiful design and colours Jules. Glad your internet is up and running. We can't seem to live without it anymore. :) xx

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  3. This is so elegant! The soft colors and splatter surely make this card look BEAUTIFUL!! And you are so right about technology! :D
    Suchi xx

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  4. This is stunning, I love the soft and delicate look of your card. Our virgin went down too a few weeks ago and took ages to come back on, such a pain! Thanks for joining Ink and TO

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  5. Grey and pink is so elegant! And those splatters makes it really lively! Wonderful card, Julie!

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  6. I love how you used the triple theme on your card, Julie, it's lovely!

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  7. Beautiful! Love your sweet little bouquet clusters and the soft splatters in the background. Thanks for joining us at The Color Throwdown!

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  8. This is so pretty Julie, the balance is perfect. Fingers crossed that the problem is solved. It's actually quite scary how we rely on technology!! xx

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  9. I haaaate it when my internet plays up! It's almost always when I have a deadline for the design team too! I love love love this card! The stamping is so crisp and your chosen colours are gorgeous! TFS at aaa cards !

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  10. Love this design--those flowers are so sweet, and it seems like even your splatter is perfectly placed. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.

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  11. Great design! Those roses look so elegant! Thank you for taking the TIME OUT and join us!

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  12. This card is just beautiful! Love the design and those splatters are great! I love a good splatter! LOL! Thanks for joining us over at Inkspirational! :-)

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