For me, the colors blue and green represent the end of winter and the very beginning of spring. Things aren’t quite in full bloom, but they are just getting started. Sometimes the sky is blue, and the sun is shining. Green things are just starting to push their heads up above ground, like my tulips in my front flower bed. Hopefully we won’t have what happened last spring. My tulips started peeking their little green heads above ground and then we had a really bad snow and freeze at the end April. That was it for the tulips. The same goes for the tomatoes we planted in the garden. The rule of thumb here in Colorado Springs is you don’t plant anything until after Mother’s Day. If you do, you run the risk of re-planting. That’s what happened last year. We had beautiful weather, so we planted early and ended up planting again. That is one thing I miss about living in Ohio where I am from. Leaves on trees should be about ready to pop now. Not here…trees remain leaf-less until the end of May. We have even had snow here at the end of May. I’ve been told it can even happen in June. I’ve not seen it snow in Colorado Springs in June, but I do remember snow at a little higher elevation than here during that month.
So today’s card uses the same stamp set and designer series paper as last week and reminds me a lot of this time of year.
Here’s what I used on this card.
Gumball Green Card Stock 126840
Island Indigo Card Stock 122923
Whisper White Card Stock 100730
Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper 132994
Tea Lace Paper Doilies 129399
Happy Watercolor Stamp Set 133188-w/133191-c
Jet Black Staz On 101406
Gumball Green Classic Ink 126861
Island Indigo Classic Ink 126986
Rhinestone Basic Jewels 119246
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