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Two Much Fun! Mixed Up Media Hop

Today I have two projects to share!

First up is a card I made for 3GirlJam, highlighting some more ribbon from their new release:


It's features "purple passion" from the Royal Bundle.

I think this would be a good card for Mother's Day, don't you?  Or possibly a feminine birthday.

3GirlJam is having a wonderful 20% off sale this weekend, through Sunday, May 5....so you might want to stock up on an assortment of colorful ribbon.

And my next project is for the Mixed up Media Hop.   

There are several wonderful mixed media artists participating in this hop, so be sure to back up and start at the beginning over on Maria's blog: 


Oh, you're back!  That didn't take long, eh? (I forgot to tell you I was second in the hop)

Anyway, silliness aside, here's my project.


I'm not quite done with it...I see a few things I'd like to clean up, but for now here for you I present my  

"Dead Black Tulips" 

Whatever I do to it, I'll be sure and post an update.

Oh, and like everyone else...for this hop, we're each giving stuff away (yikes, so many chances to win).

Blog Candy Rules:
 Leave a comment on each blog in the hop.
Follow each blog in the hop (and let us know in the comment)

And I would also appreciate that you like me on Facebook, here:

I'll post the winner of my blog candy over on my Facebook page on Monday.

Now you'll definitely want to hop on over to the next wonderful project in the hop over on Tracy's blog (she's magical)

But before you go...

HAVE A GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL WEEKEND!

Now...onto 

Comments

Anonymous said…
Amazing Tulips, they look so cool! great texture too! I am so loving Art Journalling and Mixed media etc, I'm getting more into it myself!
Angeline Choo said…
wow.. the dead black tulips are amazing! Nicely done Rebecca :)
Monique said…
Your tulips are wonderfull. Great contrast going on there and they look not dead at all to me =)
Julie Odil said…
Oh, so cool! I love all the texture in your tulip page. It's such a contrast to you bright, cheerful Mothrr's Day card The card is gorgeous. The tulips, unfortunately, look like life here. We have 17 fresh inches of snow.crocus had begun to bloom, but I'm not sure they can survive quite this much snow!
LauraEva said…
wow!!! Those are fabulous!!

I'm a new follower!
Tracy said…
Oh my giddy aunt Rebecca....your tulips are gorgeous and loving the background...your going to have to share how you got that look..please!
Beeeautiful card as well and what a great name for that ribbon.
Hugs
Xxx
butterfly said…
Wow - your tulips are stunning - such amazing texture and depth... beautiful work! (I would happily "like" you, but I'm afraid I'm a Facebook refusenik - sometimes feels like I'm the last one left - sorry.)
Alison x
Lisa Hetrick said…
Love this Tracy! Thanks for sharing your awesome talent!
Lisa Hetrick said…
Rebecca, the tulips are amazingsauce! I love all the texture. Thank you so much for sharing! -Lisa
Great card and those tulips are way cool!! Thanks so much for being a part of the blog hop!!!
Chris said…
Wow that is just WOW! I really love your dead tulips!!
Donna K said…
Your card is lovely and yes, perfect for Mother's Day! That purple ribbon adds the perfect amount of richness!

Your tulips... AMAZING, girl!! No "Bitchy Resting Face" here!! I really love this project. Staying tuned for updates. Have a great FRIDAY!

~Donna K
NinaN said…
Beautiful! I love all of the texture!
JPScraps said…
The card is beautiful! I especially like the butterflies on the ribbon. The canvas is AWESOME! I love it!
Tameko said…
Beautiful card, and I love all that texture on your canvas!
Lucy E. said…
Rebecca, you crack me up! I love your sense of humor! I like your dead black tulips, but I understand the feeling of wanting to add to a project. You are always an inspiration to me :)
suzieq23 said…
love your page and your tulips. Great texture!! Sorry they had to be dead!
Wow, those are SO cool, and I love that card too! I've been a follower here, and now I'm a "like" on FB for you too!
Ava Gavloski said…
FB following

following the dead tulips, will look forward to seeing how much the page changes....
Gwen said…
Your card is so cheery! Great texture on the canvas!! I'm not on fb either so butterfly isn't the only one!

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