Saturday, March 19, 2016

TLC Spring Garden Blog Hop


I was talking with several co-workers yesterday about it being the Spring and planting a garden and one co-worker was saying that she just uses her kitchen utensils to plant the garden since she finds they work the best and that then she always knows where they are.  Not that kind of freaked us out.  Especially being a nurse, the thought that someone would use something from the kitchen, put it in the dirt, and then put it back in the kitchen was a little much for me.  So I now know when we have potlucks who's dish I will be avoiding.  Otherwise, the thought of Spring, and fresh foods was appealing with the Farmer's Markets once again.  My Dad was a large potato farmer for many years and terms like crop rotation, irrigation and the like are very familiar around our family.  I also have a friend who had some corn on his land last year.  

Welcome to the Blog Hop for Spring,  It is great to have some new members and members who have returned to our Design Team.  For my card the background paper, seed packet and sentiment are all from TLC.  


FREEBIE - Right click and save

Next you should go to Lynne



Blog hop order for your blogs....

Deanne     http://littlebitopaper.blogspot.com/   

Desire     http://desiref.blogspot.com/

Hetty       http://craftchaos.blogspot.com/

Ileana      http://sparklingpinktitta.blogspot.it/

Karen       http://busyinspirations.blogspot.com/

Lisa D      http://decossesdynamitedoodles.blogspot.com/
 
Lisa Lynn   http://lisalynncard.blogspot.com/

Lynne       http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/

Rhonda Sue   http://craftymumzcreations.blogspot.com/

TlcCreations   http://createwithtlc-createwithtlc.blogspot.com/


Patterned Paper:  TLC, Create - Corn on the Cob Papers 5
Cardstock:  Bazzil:  Recollections
Stamp:  Vintage Seed Package Corn Sketched
Ink:  Distress - Tim Holtz - Old Paper
Sentiment:  TLC, Create - Awww Shucks
Doily:  Michael's
Button:  Recollection; Dress it Up
Ribbon:  May Arts

Challenges
Fan-Tastic Tuesday - Ch. 128 Spring is in the Air
Crafty Creations - Ch. 311 Spring Fever
Dream Valley - Ch. 127 All about the Birthdays
Brown Sugar - Ch. 190 Spring


29 comments:

  1. Love the corn theme and the flower ensemble.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  2. Love your card, and the verse you used with it. Thank you for being such a supportive member of the Tlc Team. You are appreciated.
    Paulette

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  3. Great job with the card. Love how you added photos of corn to your post.

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  4. Lisa Lynne, You can just think she has enough sense to sterilize her tools before putting them back. In the 1800's and early 1900's hunters threw their knives into the soil a few times to cleanse and sterilize them. Maybe the soil is still clean and not so dirty as we think. I love your corn photos and card. I grew up working in a garden and some of it I liked and some I did not. We had corn and popcorn one year. The crows tried to claim it before it was grown very tall. Thank you for the clipart of the corn seed package. Edwina Brown

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  5. Great card and love your corn backing paper.

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  6. Fun card and the color of your corn paper I have not seen before.Thanks for showing city folk the corn field.

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  7. Beautiful - I like the ribbon bow and button - thanks for the hop and the freebie!

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  8. LOL- loving the sentiment so much- perfect for this card! Great Hop : )

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  9. I never would have thought to use kitchen tools in my garden. Maybe the extra dirt is really a good thing to keep us healthy. Your sentiment is perfect with the seed packet.

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  10. Oh this is perfect Lisa. I'm always up for a good pun! Great that you had that paper as well.

    Um...I'm with you...using kitchen utensils in areas where animals may have defecated never mind the bugs and such? I'm going to go and gag now...

    Lisa D.

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  11. What a great card!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  12. Great card--and excellent use of Paulette's great products! Thanks for sharing the inspiration!

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  13. LOVE the corn theme! THANK YOU for sharing and adding to the hop!

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  14. Love the card. Great bg paper!

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  15. Thank you so much for the blog hop!
    Fun fun...
    XO Nana

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  16. Love this style of card, all the elements are so lovely. Thankyou for joining is over at Brown Sugar for our Spring challenge. I hope you join us again Lynda DT xx

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  17. Thanks for sharing your lovely crafting for Fan-tastic Tuesday challenge 128 - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

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  18. Wonderful composition of your card and great that you were able to use so many creations from Paulette.

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  19. Great card,Lysa Lynn. Love that ribbon flower you added to the card and great matching background paper to the eed package. Love the pictures you added. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  20. Great card. Pretty card - lovely design and colours. Judy

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  21. Great card love the design. Thanks for playing with us at Dream Valley Challenges!
    Neva DT

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  22. Beautiful card..love the ribbon flower..Thank you for joining us at Crafty Creation Challenges..

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  23. Beautiful card..love the ribbon flower..Thank you for joining us at Crafty Creation Challenges..

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  24. Great card. Love the image. Thanks!

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  25. Haha Lisa Lynn! I love this. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Love your ribbon. Thanks for sharing with us at CraftyHazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge.
    Margaret, DT

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