Sunday, 4 March 2012

Spring into Spring 1

Many challenge blogs over the next few weeks will be concentrating on the coming spring. I love to enter challenges but truthfully, the time I spend looking for what fits what challenge, I could have made a few more cards, which is why I tend to only join one or two blog challenges with a card. I congratulate the dedication, inspiration and hard work which the ladies apply to  St. Luke's Hospice for their St. Luke's Charity Card Challenge.  I will as usual try to send to them at the end of the month, a few cards for their charity. A few of them I will include in the current challenge Spring into Spring.
For this card I thought the first job when spring comes is to tidy the garden, so my first card is a lovely wheelbarrow from Flowersoft which I have coloured with watercolour pencils. The Spring stamp is from Inkylicious. Shading is Tumbled Glass TH Distress Inks. Thank you ladies.
PS If you click on the pic to enlarge, the first to spot the snail I will send you a very small prize.


  1. Hi Caz, love both your spring cards. Now that cute little snail, is he resting on the stone, beside the back leg of the barrow [can you tell I don't know the right word].
    hugs Yvonne

    1. Correct, congratulations, you win the prize. I'll put it in the post tomorrow. hugs Caz

  2. Love your idea for a spring card Cazro, we have been trying to tidy our garden this weekend...until rain stopped play today :0(
    Thanks for joining us again this month at St Luke's.
    Jenny x

  3. Lovely interpretation of spring love the wheelbarrow. Thank you for joining in our challenge over at St Luke's


  4. All keen gardeners have their wheelbarrows out now - and I like your Spring card. Love the snail! Thanks for playing along with St Luke's Charity Card Challenge, hope to see you again!

  5. I'd forgotton that Spring means I have to get the garden tools out again - drat! I'd rather be inside with a pencil than outside with a shovel! I love your wheelbarrow (and the snail!)
    Thanks as ever for your continued support.
    St Luke's Charity Cards Challenge Founder