Thursday, September 8, 2016

DL.ART Thankful Thursday #188 ~ Gardens

Happy Thursday!! It's time for a new Thankful Thursday Challenge at DL.ART and the theme this week is Gardens. If you use the code l01210, Diana will give you 10% off your order at DL.ART!!


For my cards, I created shabby garden cards. The papers are from Craft and You's Rose Garden stack. The base layer was created with Andy Skinner's Mega Crackle technique.


A Prima Persian Lace die was added next. The butterfly in the top corner is a Fiskars Punch, and it was coated with Sparkle N Sprinkle Crystal Ice.


The cherub fountain was left over from a previous shabby garden project and it was perfect for this challenge. It's a Prima Baroque Mould 5, made with air dry clay. I then applied DecoArt Antiquing Cream in Burnt Umber.


Inside the fountain, I added Tu Tu Pink Prills (love them!!) with Finnabair Art Basics 3D Gloss Gel.


And I think these are Third Place Prills (not positive on the color).


Beneath the Wild Orchid Crafts flowers, I added Memory Box Tender Leaves and Anja's Leaves from Marianne. This gorgeous crinkle ribbon is Cappuccino ~ Coffee House Bundle #3.


This is my all-time favorite crinkle ribbon - Pink Champagne ~ Vintage Vinyard Bundle. Happy Birthday is from My Creative Time.


I am linking this up in the following challenges:

1) Jo's Scrap Shack Funday Friday - Anything Goes
2) Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes


Now it's your turn!! Head on over to DL.ART to see the amazing projects my design team sisters have created for today's challenge!! Then link up your Garden project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

59 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Lisa! Love the beautiful sculpture and all the pretty blossoms! All the layered pieces look fantastic!

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  2. Wow, this is amazing. You are so talented. Great job!
    Valerija xx

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  3. Both are fabulous...I love the pretty pink one but the natural tones one is a beauty too! Once again you have added unique and gorgeous details, how do you do that..wow...stunners! Have a nice week and enjoy your vacation!

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  4. Amazing and as always very inspiring. I won't be around till end of Sept so will catch up when I get back.xx

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  5. WOW! These are gorgeous! Love the colors and the cherub is a fantastic touch! Now I have to get that!
    Hugs
    Samra
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  6. Your garden scenes are stunning! I like the statue and the flowers on the top and the lovely scene around it, like both color scenes and all the details. I read every detail hoping these techniques will sink in, lol. Hugs, Donna

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  7. Your garden scenes are stunning! I like the statue and the flowers on the top and the lovely scene around it, like both color scenes and all the details. I read every detail hoping these techniques will sink in, lol. Hugs, Donna

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  8. Fabulous garden scenes, the statue with the flowers on top is a perfect focal point for your beautiful scene! Like both color schemes. I read every detail hoping these techniques sink in,lol. Hugs, Donna

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  9. Lisa another stunning collection, I've not been blogging or online much lately, following you by email now, so my comments on blogs are slim pickings. Hugs, Lori m

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  10. Beautiful! I love the addition of the clay cherub. The pink card is pretty but I'm loving the brown one. Very natural and sweet.

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  11. Well my sweet friend you NAILED the challenge for sure. This stunning cards screams Garden. Love everything about it but especially love the cherub and how you added the Prills. Love it.
    Have a creative day.
    Hugs Nana
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  12. I love both of your cards! They are such beautiful garden cards! I especially love the Cherub Fountain ~ just gorgeous! The papers and flowers are beautiful. I wish my garden looked like your cards!

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  13. Another superb set of cards... love the cherub fountains on both of them and the pretty details.

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  14. I've just wonderingly enjoyed another delightful stroll through one of your magical gardens, Miss Lisa. Gorgeously designed, I can hear the water trickling from the little statuary fountain. It's lovely. hugs, de

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  15. Amazing cards Lisa. I love all of the pretty elements especially the Cherub. Have a great day.

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  16. These are so gorgeous, Lisa! That little statue is perfect for your garden! Whoever you give your cards to must be blown away every time! So lush and beautiful!

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  17. Wowww! These are so gorgeous as always, Lisa! I love the way you did the clay figure using the Prima Moulds and the luscious prills on the fountain.Such amazing details! :)

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  18. Oh, Lisa, I am totally blown away by both of these! Your cherub fontain is glorious and those awesome prills are on my wish list now! Stunning work, as always, my sweet friend! Big hugs! Branka xx

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  19. I love that crackle background and the fountain mold as the focal image is amazing. Ever time I see one of your cards I think how can I CASE this card. Glad you found the prills as they are perfect in that fountain. Now I must go find that mold and some air dry clay. Amazing card,Lisa.

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  20. Fantastic both your mixed media cards!! I can't choose a favourite! Your design is just stunning, these are two amazing pieces of art! Fabulous crackle and the cherub fountain with the prills make me blow up! Such a fab idea, these cards are really beautiful gardens! Love them!

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  21. Lisa, these are absolute works of art. I would frame each and every one of your amazing cards. Love them both, especially the vintage one. Sandra :) X

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  22. Oh, my gosh! Right when I think I've seen my favorite, you come out with a new one! These are gorgeous and incredible! Super wow! I love the little statue! I would simply love to get one of these cards so much! What a treasure you create!

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  23. OMGosh--the cherub fountain is amazing! Gorgeous cards.

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  24. Oh how I love Andy's mega crackle - and wow, you have used it brilliantly on these beautiful cards Lisa! I love those cherubs and those prills look wonderful in the fountains - and then the flowers - quite simply gorgeous! Hugs, Anne xx

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  25. These are stunning Lisa, so wonderful
    Kevin xx

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  26. These are so very gorgeous! I love that you made the cherubs...it must be so much fun in your craft room! All the flowers are so beautiful! Hugs, Robin

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  27. Wow!! Such a beautiful shabby chic card or should I say cards?! These are so gorgeous~I LOVE the cherub fountain and the tu tu pink prills look fantastic! It has such a romantic, elegant feel~All the papers, layers and pretty flower are always so amazing and perfectly placed as always! What a cool technique for the background...I seriously want to come play in your craft room so I can create like you, hehe!
    Great job as always my friend!
    Have a great weekend!
    Sherrie k

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  28. Amazingly 3-d with the wonderful cherub holding the fountain of Prills. I love the old Tuscany look you've achieved on the statue, just like one might see in an old Italian garden. Love the butterfly, the ribbons and of course, the lush flowers you always combine so beautifully. You have the touch for great layers, that's for sure! TFS & Hugs

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  29. What a beautiful cards, Lisa!! I love the fountain, the colors, the flowers and the pretty papers!!! Your garden card is wonderful my friend!!! Have a great day,
    Gerda

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  30. Absolutely gorgeous garden transfer into your cards!!! Romantic and elegant... Tiny details which makes these cards a special papers art gift...

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  31. WOW - beautiful. Love that cherub fountain! TFS and have a great weekend.

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  32. Wow wow wow absolutely beautiful - love everything about your cards and the cherub fountain is absolutely perfect - another great creation - thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with us!!!

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  33. Oh WOW! Fabulous Texture & Dimension! That Fountain looks amazing Lisa! Beautiful & Elegant! Love it! Have a Fabulous weekend! :)

    Theresa
    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

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  34. Lisa, your garden card is totally beautiful. The cherub fountain is amazing and I love all the layers, especially the crackle panel. The ribbon, butterfly and florwers are fabulous as always!
    Have a lovely weekend! Hugs, Mar

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  35. Love the little cherubs, and that ribbon is so pretty!! I don't even know what half of the products you use are-but you sure make gorgeous cards with them!!

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  36. You are magic with making gorgeous cards. The layers and colors are stunning. I have not heard of "prills" but they are wonderful. Sweet September...

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  37. Love the creative way in which you used the prills...sooo pretty
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  38. These are SO amazing Lisa!! Every inch of details are gorgeous my friend ;) Ive never seen prills, they are SO prefect to fill the shell with, Fantastic!!

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  39. I love the cards and I also love those prills they are so fun and add an extra dimension of texture- I love your cards my friend and you really rocked the ribbon hugs

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  40. Gorgeous cards. Never heard of prills, but they look perfect on your cards!

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  41. That cherub fountain is so stinkin awesome sauce and the way you used the Prills=genius! Of course you created a masterpiece that looks like something out of a secret magic garden. To be in your head for five minutes while creating these would be fun. Hehe. Gorgeous designs dearie. Hugz to you muffin! ~Niki

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  42. Pure shabby chic gorgeousness Lisa and I adore the take two versions again.
    This will also be perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {ATG with a CREATE WITH TLC Element}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  43. Oh my goodness Lisa, I could stare at this forever! So beautiful, that fountain is gorgeous, WOW! Stunning cards my friend!
    Wow, can you believe that summer is almost over? Hope you are well my friend! Sorry I haven't been by... School started and we really tried to make the most of our last days of summer. So now back to school, homework, soccer and the list goes on :) All fun (except the homework) but busy days!
    Hope you had a wonderful weekend!
    Shelly

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  44. Your cards are always over the top stunning!!!
    I love the ones with the spring colours...I think I am the only one not looking forward to fall, lol.

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  45. Beautiful, these cards are just beautiful! I love the lovely flowers and the cherub fountain filled with the Tu Tu Pink Prills is just gorgeous!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  46. Exceptionally beautiful creations Lisa those little pearls in the shell look awesome, the statue figure, the papers and embellishments are incredible, stupendous work
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  47. so much work goes into your cards. they are so beautiful and amazing! :)

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  48. Another beatiful card with a soft colour scheme. It reminds me of my holiday in Italy - probably because of the little statue.

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  49. Ahhhhhh....gorgeous! I love those prills. :)

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  50. Absolutely stunning my Friend!
    I had never seen anything like that!
    Hugs~

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  51. A work of art my friend....such a beautiful card!

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  52. A fountain on a card?! WOW. These cards are pretty amazing, Lisa. So wish I could be a fly in your craft room. :) Sending hugs, dear friend.

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  53. Lisa, these molded cherubs are unbelievable! What a fantastic focal paired with such gorgeous layers! <3

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