Pocket Full Of Tulips

Double D: Something with Pockets

Can You Handle the Pressure: Think Spring

Today’s card was made to enter two challenges, Double D’s something with pockets and Can You Handle The Pressure anything goes with a twist of spring.

All cs and tulip border ef are from SU, pocket and tulips are from the Silhouette. Sorry but I don’t know the name of the pocket’s ef. Tulips were cut from white cs and colored with Copic’s.

Thanks for stopping by, please come back soon. I love to hear your comments. Stay healthy & safe.

15 thoughts on “Pocket Full Of Tulips

  1. I went ahead and added the links and got your entry at the sites. Good thing cuz this looks like a winner to me, especially the double embossing

    1. THANK YOU Bonnie! I had the linking figured out once, but last night I just couldn’t get it. When I sprained my ankle last week I think I sprained my brain too.

    2. You are the best for helping Gerry, Bonnie. I was busy with grandkids and basketball games and wasn’t able to reach out to Gerry.

  2. Beautiful! I love your pocket with the tulips. I think the pocket looks like a basket weave folder. I have one from SU that looks like that.

  3. I adore the texture on this card from the pocket to the edge on the front panel. Thanks for joining us at Double D Challenge.

  4. Beautiful embossing and those little tulips coming out of the pocket are so sweet. Springtime to me for sure.

  5. Gerry, your card is wonderful with the different embossed textures. Love the blue pocket and those pretty tulips. You made me laugh with your comment about spraining your ankle spraining your brain. I think we all have those times of our brains not keeping up.

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