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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!

Comments

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

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

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

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

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

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

    xx coops xx

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

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  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!

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

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

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  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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