Sunday, February 27, 2011

Magnolia Down Under #85 - Flower Power


This week over at Magnolia Down Under Challenges we are asking you to show us some Flower Power - not much of a challenge for me - LOL. I may have gone a little overboard with the flowers but they are one of my favourite embellishments AND I received a fabulous box in the mail last week from I Am Roses - an awesome place to buy flowers!
The little cherry blossoms I used here were in the box and they inspired me to use Japanese Tilda on this cute box from Lauren Meader's My Time Made Easy range of packaging - this one is called So Fortunate and can be found HERE. The thing I like about these templates is they are already available as cut files so it's easy work using my craft robo.

The DP is from Magnolia - as are the dies I used to cut the dragonfly and tag.

I'm sure this challenge will appeal to lots of people so be sure to grab your Magnolia stamps and flowers and come along and play. Don't forget to check out the inspiration from the rest of the MDUC DT at our blog HERE.

And don't forget to enter for a chance to win my blog candy HERE

xXx

15 comments:

heidy said...

Oh Debbie,this is gorgeous!!
Love everything about your creation
Hugs Heidy

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow Debbie this is stunning, love the flowers and the gorgeous Tilda of course, hugs Liz xx

Isa said...

Wowwwwwwwwww !!! So beautiful !!!
Sorry, but my English isn´t very good .. I´m Isa of Spain, I´m a follower of your blog because you´re an artist !!

Byeeeeeee ,
Isa-Lozano

Lynda said...

Another supreme example of Pamment perfection. The whole concept is too beautiful Debbie. Who wld have ever thought that flowers wer your thing huh?? The whole thing has balance and beauty just like its creator. I am gunna stop now and just look at it some more. ooxx

Chrissy said...

Just a stunning creation.Gorgeous.
Luv CHRISSYxx

Jodie from Oz said...

Debbie, omg, your gift box is gorgeous, just like it's creator. The colours & embellies are perfect, you can never have too many flowers. Tilda is adorable & your colouring is just beautiful. Have a great week. Hugs Jodie from Oz

Tracy said...

Ohhh my this is gorgeous. I love it. I love that you used this stamp with the chinese take out box, how cool.
Love your eye for detail and your coloured images are remarkable.

Renkata said...

Debbie,
this is sensational.
Such a great soft colours combination and the flowers and the box are so awesome.

Kristel said...

Wowwww this is just stunning Debbie! Love it!
Hugs Kristel

Jackie Thomas said...

Stunning creation Debbie. Hugs xo

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Wow, wow, wow!!! This is gorgeous Debbie! ~jeni :)

Karen said...

Hey Debbie! I love your gorgeous little "noodle" box!! Tilda is looking gorgeous, such an awesome idea I love it:-)
Hugs
Karen
xxx

Jane said...

OMG this is absolutely breathtaking hun!! I LOVE the colours, such a gorgeous blue and all your scrummy flowers! hugs, Jane x

foxyenglishcrafter said...

wow!!! Awesome creation. I don't think you have too many flowers. It is truly inspirational as is your other cards and projects. Thanks for the links in the posts. Off to check them out.

happy crafting

Julie

TaraG said...

Oh this is super gorgeous, Debbie! I love that box...fab it so perfect for you Japanese theme as it looks like a takeaway box! Thanks for the link...I have a Silhouette craft cutter...exactly the same as craft robo...I got mine when it was sold by QuicKutz! I love it...glad to see they are in GSD format that is fabulous! Tilda is stunning and so are the flowers and papers! Have a fab week, hun! Hugs,t