Monday, March 20, 2017

Macaron Monday

Once again, I was inspired by some pretty macarons.  Be sure to click on photos for more information :) 

I can't wait to get out into my garden and decided to create a spring theme card.  The paper is a retired paper by Chickaniddy Crafts.  I used my Cricut to cut out the hat.  I then accented with some retired Technique Tuesday stamps and a sticker from SRM Stickers.
As always... the addition of twine, stitching and staples :) The hat is mounted on foam tape for dimension.  

Now with spring... comes sandals.  I love my boots but do look forward to being able to wear sandals.  Which of course leads to this... are your feet pedi ready?  Did you know that Jamberry has come out with some amazing new pedicure products?!  Give yourself professional quality pedicures at a fraction of the cost!

I am playing along with a few challenges with this card:

The sketch is from: 


The PINspirational challenge: 

City Crafter: 

Of course, if you are like me... gardening takes its toll on your hands!  Our newly formulated Nourish hand cream now contains Argan and Hemp seed oils... and has been out of stock many times because it is truly amazing!  No more gardeners hands... no more dry skin... your hands will feel silky smooth.  

Of course if you are in a springy mood... we have a great assortment of wraps and lacquers for you!


  1. Omgosh, your spring card is stunning, Laurel! What a fun post!

  2. Love all the dimensional elements on your card! Beautiful take on the throwdown colors!

  3. What a fun card Laurel! The little clothespin tied with twine is just adorable. Thanks for playing along with the Paper Craft Crew! Christyne - DT.

  4. Too fun!! Love the use of sketch and colors love it! So glad you joined us at CTD!

  5. Delightful card, Laurel. So bright and cheery. Perfect for spring. :)

  6. Gorgeous card!!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
    Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper