Wednesday, April 4, 2018

2018 Stamping for Autism Awareness Blog Hop

I can't believe I just found  out about this blog hop, I have participated  in it other years but I'm not too late yet there is still 3 days left on the ticker.  I really used up a lot of pieces that were just laying around. Everything on this card came from making other cards.


The "wild flowers" were cut out of a scrap of stardream paper, The sponged  layer was  a white scrap I used three colours of DI ink, the navy layer was also a scrap, And lastly the teal base was just sitting on the pile and I thought ooh that picks up a colour in the sponged piece and I even spattered it with water with some success. I have not put a sentiment on it as I need a few cards for anything that might just pop up. 


Semi finished inside with the last of the wild flower die cuts. I really like having some cards available that can be used for any occasion and this fits that criteria. 

I'm entering this in 
Thanks for visiting today and check out the Blog Hop you have time to enter a card to get the word out about Autism.

6 comments:

Lindsey said...

So pretty, Barb!

Jessical Alba said...

ALL THANKS TO DR WILLIAMS FOR THE GREAT DEED HE HAVE DONE FOR MY DAUGHTER?
My daughter suffered from autism for more than 2 years which we started experiencing in her when she turned 1 year and 5 months we all thought it will end but got even worse as days went by. We tried all several treatments and therapy prescribed by various doctors we met but to no avail, she lost total concentration and always complain of sensitivity to sound . She usually tells me she haves poor eyes contact. This were steady disorder that disrupted her entire life, even at night she slept less because of this.It was during a casual conversation with a friend that i learned about Dr Williams herbal medicine I was able to contact him on his email address. and give him all the necessary information that he needed,few day later he sent me the herbal portion and his medicine was able to restore her back to normal and she is very okay now without any side effects whatsoever. If you have autism, do not hesitate to contact him on drwilliams098675@gmail.com for advice and for his product. I hope this also helps someone out there

Tracy said...

Who has been a bad blogger...I have been a bad blogger :(
Your card is so so pretty. I love that die and think I may have it..oh oh, time to start cutting, lol.
I love the colours you used on here and how cool that you made this beautiful card with what you had on your desk!

Frazier Mark said...
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Pocono Pam said...

Beautiful card!

Terri Burson said...

Such a peaceful, serene scene.