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How Does Your Garden Grow?

I’m not the gardener, my husband is. I appreciate it and will help pick vegetables and water plants, but the only thing I can keep alive is ivy. Wait! I have a poinsettia at work that I have kept alive for a year and a half. It looks kinda puny though. I’d rather arrange the patio furniture, paint the garden signs, and lie in the hammock after all the work is done!

This is the extent of my gardening skills, making a card with little seed packets! I colored them with watercolor pencils and distress inks. They’re so tiny!

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Club Scrap Farmer’s Market and Welcome stamp images and card stock.

Lazy Sunday…YAWN…time for a nap after all my hard work…

Challenges entered:

The Ribbon Girl July Card Challenge

Cupcake Inspirations Challenge 365 

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Club Scrap 07-16 Card Sketch Challenge

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14 thoughts on “How Does Your Garden Grow?

  1. How sweet are those little seed packets you’ve painted! Such a pretty card (I love gardening, but don’t have a garden! Maybe some day…) Thank you for sharing your creativity in the Cupcake Inspirations gallery!
    ~carol

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  2. Those seed packets are just so cute, and definitely tiny! Wonderful card! So glad you were inspired by this week’s flowers challenge at Cupcake Inspirations!
    Debbie, DT Sweetie

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  3. Well as a gardner, I certainly love your little seed packets. I also (secretly) love the grunge of this card. It speaks to my own heart in so many ways. Such a great little card. Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations.

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