Twofer Blossoms

I've found a new challenge: 
The Twofer Card Challenge

 It challenges you to use the same stamp or die to make 2 different cards. 
Their current challenge has the cue 'blossoms'.

I'm also entering my Christmas card in the Addicted To Stamps & More Challenge who want 'holiday' cards. 

If you’d like to have more details on the stamp sets I used please head over to the Uniko blog HERE.

Happy Monday! 
I hope you have a wonderful week.  


  1. VERY clever! Great take on Darnell's twofer challenge. xxx

  2. Fabulous Twofer to showcase the versatility of this set (one of my favourites). Both are delightfully fresh, crisp and immensely pretty! CAS-loving heart captured!

  3. What a lovely pair of cards Lindsey and I love the CAS designs. Such a great way to stretch your stamps.
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM and I hope you will join us again soon.
    Carol x

  4. I always forget how great square cards look! Thank you for the great design reminder, Lindsey, and for also reminding me how great yellow, green, and red look together! I love how you have used your flower for both a birthday card and a Christmas card! Way to grow your stash!! Thank you so much for playing along in Twofer Card Challenge #3! Hugs, Darnell

  5. So very pretty, Lindsey ... and deliciously CAS ... both of them! Those delicate little angular blossoms are such a lovely contrast to the bold, flowing, scripty sentiments ... and the colour combo's are fabulous! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Twofer! Anita :)

  6. Two gorgeous cards and a great way of using that little blossom image. Thanks for joining in on the Twofer Challenge #3.

  7. Your flowers look totally like spring on one card, and then totally like Christmas on the other! I guess that's the point, but you achieved it beautifully! Thanks for joining in the fun with us at the Twofer Card Challenge!


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