As usual, our Blog Hop runs in a circular fashion. No matter where in the list of participants you begin, inevitably you'll wind up in the exact same place again if you keep going to the "next" blog. It works the same way whether you conform to the usual forward movement through the blog posts or if you're a rebel and work your way through in reverse order.
If you hopped over from Linda's blog I am sure you found inspiration. If you are starting here, keep on hopping!
This time of year we are usually wishing for warmer winter, this year we are just wondering what happened to snow and worrying about the drought that will be hitting if we don't get a wet spring/summer. My trees are already blossoming almost a month early, I noticed a few gardens already planted as I was driving about town(gardens go in AFTER Mother's day!). So my first card is early spring.
Stamps: Sheltering Tree & Lots of Thanks
Paper: Whisper White, Pear Pizzazz & Calypso Coral CS
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Daffodil Delight, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake & Rose Coral Chalk
For Fancy Folds I went simple, a sheet of 12" x 5 1/2" CS scored at 2", 4", 8" & 10" cut at a diagonal 3" down on each side up to the 4" or 8" fold line depending on the side.
Stamps: Lovely Amazing You
Paper: Soft Sky CS, Watercolor Paper & Painted Blooms DSP
Ink: Blackberry Bliss, Rose Red, Lost Lagoon
Misc: Butterflies Thinlits, Tea Time Doilies, Itty Bitty & Bird Builder Punch, Glue Dots & Rhinestone Jewels
My son recently returned from a church mission in Japan. He collects movie posters a standard movie poster (a one sheet) size is 27" x 40". He brought flyer size (7 1'8" x10 1/8")movie posters home that are in Japanese. We made a 27" x 40" collage of posters and then mounted 9 on Basic Black CS and mounted them on top of the collage.
Now it is time to hop on over to Jackie's, I'm sure you will find inspiration in her work.