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It's Splatter Time at DRS Designs.  Splatters are a hot trend right now so we are getting messy with splatterings of paint, ink, paste, etc.  You can use a stencil, stamp, embossing folder or any method you want to get the splatters.  I stamped my background splatters with the DRS Designs Splatter Background stamp.

I also sprinkled on some Stampendous Frantage  for more splatterings (gives it a baby's breath look if you squint hard). I tucked in some little springs out of an old arrangement laying around the house (don't tell hubby) and used some pieces from a Tim Holtz tree die too.  My flowers were made with the DRS Designs Medium Daisy Bloom, and I tucked in some starfish from the 4-in-1 Seashells stamp and the sentiment from Happy Mail

I love to play with splatters - hope you will play in our challenge too.

Splatterings of Hugz!


  1. This is wonderful Nancy, I love the flowers and the texture
    Kevin xx

  2. This card is a gift all by itself! It's absolutely stunning and I love the splatters with those gorgeous flowers! Beautiful!

  3. Wow!! One amazing card Nancy! LOVE the dimension of your beautiful bouquet of flowers. xx

  4. Love your card! Gorgeous colors and pretty layout!

  5. That bouquet is fabulous!! Love the colour combo and the starfish tossed in :)

  6. oh wow so stunning nancy.i really love your fabulous flowers and your design and colours are gorgeous ;D

    xx coops xx

  7. This is fabulous Nancy, such gorgeous flowers and lovely colours - a beautiful card.
    Have a lovely weekend.

  8. This looks amazing! Love all the layers of flowers and the added frantage on top is like icing on a cake. Have a happy 4th!

  9. Oh my, just gorgeous Nancy!!! Hey gal, I've lost your email addy - will you email me back at I have something I need to ask...........please? Thanks dear.

  10. Wonderful splatters in the background and I love, love, LOVE the way you used the Frantage on those gorgeous flowers! So very pretty.

  11. Such a gorgeous bouquet of flowers here Nancy!! I love the color combo used and your splatters look perfect with this!! Really cool and stylish my friend! :) HUGS


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