Saturday, February 18, 2012

I'm Late...I'm Late

for a very important date!
The important date...
Waltzingmouse Blog Party!!
I'm going to keep this short and simple...
I know there is so much goodness to be seen here...
and I'm so far behind...
so here's my card...


I used Waltzingmouse Teeny Trees for this one...
and my favorite, beloved Grand Madison Window Die from Memory Box/Poppystamps.
I just managed to snag the smaller version at Absolutely Everything last week...
YAY!!

So the theme for this month's Blog Party was Looking Forward to Spring...
which is so true!
I am!
And I can already picture a similar scene outside my own window...
I can't wait till the trees are starting to bud...
the grass turns green...
a blue sky.
There's still time to participate and link up your creation...
check out Claire's blog here!
Now I'm off to catch up with this party!

The Details:
Stamps: Waltzingmouse Teeny Trees
Cardstock: PTI Stamper's Select
patterned paper: October Afternoon Farmhouse
Dies: Memory Box/Poppystamps Grand Madison and Pastry Labels, PTI In the Meadow
Punch: MS pine bough and hydrangea
Misc: bling, twine


37 comments :

  1. Oh, Renee, this is so pretty and absolutely reminds me of Spring. Love the cute scene outside the window and the twine wrapped around the sentiment label. You always have the most clever narrative, love the I'm late, I'm late description.

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  2. Fabulous, Renee! Love it's detailed prettiness! Kx

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  3. This is such a beautiful card, its so well thought out. Love the teeny trees stamps!

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  4. GORGEOUS!!! So nice to see this window with a spring scene. You did an amazing job on this one Renee. Sorry I have not been able to on any cards for the last week. I will have to catch up. Love the label you put in the front of the window too.

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  5. Oh my goodness, Renee. I can almost feel like spring is nearly here when I see your uber creative project here. What a wonderful scene you have created with spring bursting out all over just beyond the window sill. I adore your little wreath hung above the window...what a wonderful touch. You really did an outstanding job.

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  6. This is wonderful Renee, such a fab scene, it looks just like a spring day should!

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  7. Renee, this looks awesome! It is so neat that I'm seeing the seasons change through that awesome window die :) Love that you used the snow die to make green hills! And the wreath looks great on the window, too!

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  8. The teeny trees work perfect in that window don't they? So, so cute! And I love how the patterned paper looks like wall paper! What a great detail! Great card Renee!

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  9. Simply adorable, Renee! Think that window die is a must-have after seeing your gorgeous creations.

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  10. I absolutely love the scene you have created outside your window. Looks like spring to me, for sure.

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  11. How charming is your little window scene Renee!! I love your sweet little wreath too!! WOW!

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  12. Gorgeous card Renee! Love the pretty spring scene! Those Teeny trees look fab!

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  13. yep, Tosh hit the nail on the head, this is a charming card!! So delightful to look out of that lovely window at a pretty spring scene!!! gorgeous Renee!!! Hugs to you for playing along missy!

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  14. Renee, such an elegant card with that window die and the spring scene behind it...just amazing and then you just did not stop there but you added that incredible wreath at the top, just beautiful.

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  15. Oh that's AWESOME, Renee! That window die really is just the coolest thing. Love how you have the little Teeny Tree scene on the outside, and the cute wreath and "wallpaper" on the inside. You are the master of window scenes...I'll never forget that Gracie flying by the window with the luscious curtains ;)

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  16. Love your wreath on the lovely window looking out to the wonderful spring hillside Renee!

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  17. So beautiful - adore the window scene - gorgeous.

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  18. Love the Spring scene through the window! Really pretty!

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  19. So wonderfully sweet, Renee! This definitely has me thinking spring. I just adore the wreath above the window and your rolling hills outside. What a great use of this fabulous die!

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  20. A great window card. I like the wreath that creates some dimension. Very serene and spring-like.

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  21. This is absolutely fabulous!
    It's a beautiful colours combination. I love window and little wreath! Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind words.

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  22. This is sooo Sweet Renee! Love your window with the beautiful spring view! The wreath is fabulous and the oa paper is so perfect for wall paper!

    Have a great day, hugs, Karin

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  23. You are rockin that window die! I love the scene you created and the wallpaper on the inside. You're wreath is just the cherry on top! Very pretty!

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  24. We just got home! Thanks SO MUCH for posting my card! I was so busy that I only had a few minutes on my computer so probably wouldn't have gotten to participate without your help. LOVE what you have done with the window and Teeny Trees! This is just adorable and so wonderful for this challenge. That little wreath is precious!!

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  25. I just love your little scene! Oh my, I'd love to have that wreath and "wallpaper" in my house! I tried to find that window die, but it seems to be out of stock everywhere, and I can see why - love it.

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  26. what an absolutely adorable springtime scene - i just love your little window and using one of my favourite sets too - Teeny Trees! Perfect for this months party x

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  27. what a great way to use the window die, just beautiful.

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  28. No no no! I LOVE LOVE this Renee! I adore the teeny trees behind this window die! And I did NOT need to see the pastry die used here.....its on my HUGE list for AE!

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  29. Oo Renee, I missed seeing your card earlier... this is Gorgeous!! I LOVE that window die and the scene outside looks beautiful. The wreath is such a lovely addition as well as the twines around the sentiment piece. Love this!!

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  30. Gorgeous card! Love all the details!

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  31. I can't wait to see this view of spring out my window. A gorgeous card - that wreath is perfect!

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  32. A bit late going around after the WMS Blog Party but still really enjoying all the fab inspiration... thanks for sharing, love that window!!!!
    Robin

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  33. What a wonderful scene, Renee! I feel like I'm in your living room having some tea! Perfect with the little wreath atop the frame, too! Love it!

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  34. Renee, this is just beautiful! I love the window scene and the background, and I am thinking I need to go look for that die!

    Chris L.

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  35. such a pretty card. I LOVE and ADORE the grand madison window die. It's so versatile and such a great addition to any card.
    Nice job~
    Sandra

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