Garden Wishes

Spring is in the air, the sun is out, are the buds are beginning to pop. As I drove into town earlier this week it was hard to miss all the Bradford Pears dotting the landscape and the sunny little daffodils too. So that got me thinking about the Dandy Garden Suite of products form the Mini Catalog. I just love this grouping of products and it makes me think of things to come.

And this set has got some wondering sentiments in it too. Check out these lovely cards using the Garden Wishes Bundle (156220). This first card is done in Blackberry Bliss and uses one of the images from the Dandy Garden Designer Series Paper (154297) that can be cut out with the coordinating Dandy Wishes Dies (154315)

Rich and full of texture the card uses the Stitched Nested Labels Dies (149638) along with the Subtles Texture 3D Embossing Folder (151775).

And this next card combines the warm Bumblebee and Mossy Meadow color palet.

The sentiment has been stamped and then punched out with the Classic Label Punch (141491).

And this last card uses a fun fold to create this screen card that stands up.

The card is monochromatic and uses the lovely In Color, Misty Moonlight. And check out the cute little Ladybug Trinket (154299).

So what do you think? Does this bundle make you think of the warm weather right around the corner like it does for me? Why not leave me a comment and let me know which is your favorite card?

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