Sunday, May 15, 2022

A Tiny Craft (ATC) Challenge #9 - Flowers

 Hello and welcome back!
Today is the start of the May challenge at
This month's prompt is FLOWERS!
ATC cards or coins are welcome.

Here's what I came up with:

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Here are some close ups:

These were pretty easy to put together. My ATC bases are from
I die cut a bunch of flowers from white card stock using
the trendy spring blooms dies. Once I had them glued down,
I grabbed some scrap card stock and adhered sentiments
from the Shine Bright clear stickers, trimmed and adhered
with foam squares. I added some enamel dots to
finish my ATCs.

I hope that you'll join us this month for our flower
challenge at A Tiny Craft (ATC) Challenge! For more inspiration,
do check out what my teammates created to WOW you!

Thanks for visiting, have a great day!

STAMPlorations - Mixed Media Spring ATC Ephemera, Shine Bright clear stickers, Trendy Spring Blooms dies
CS: scrap
Accessories: GC; black Spectrum Noir marker; My Mind's Eye - Enamel Dots
Adhesives: Ranger - MMM; SA by 3L - 3D foam squares


  1. So pretty, love the white it really pops on the colourful background. The enamel dots almost steal the show.

  2. Ummmmm those ATC bases are freaking awesome!
    And - yep - I love the white flowers against the colours in the backgrounds and the pop of the enamel dots (so THAT'S how you use those)

  3. Chris, what a beautiful card, love the combination of the different die cuts and they really pop against your pretty background... love it. Chris, I sent you an email from and not sure it will go to your inbox, please check and let me know.


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