Monday, 4 March 2013

March Beautiful World Tour


Hello and welcome to March Flourishes Beautiful World Tour!!
Once again, it’s time to get those passports ready, grab a cup of coffee and prepare for take off as once again we prepare to travel the world and be inspired by talented girls from all parts of the globe!

If you do a little globetrotting with us and stamp our passports (leave us a comment), you could WIN A FREE FLOURISHES STAMP SET!! The catch is, you don't know which country is going to be this month's vacation spot (chosen blog) so leave a comment on each one by March 31st for your chance to win.

If you've jetted in from Anne-Elise's blog then you have arrived at the right destination. If you haven't, perhaps you'd like to start your journey back in Florida at the Flourishes Blog so you don't miss any of the inspiration along the way!

This month our hostess is Sasha and he challenges us to bookmarks! Here's my offering...
Bookmarks cut with PTI dies, images simply stamped with Frayed Burlap Distress Ink and shaded lightly with E41 Copic marker.
Each of them, tied with a burlap trim and a button twine bow.


One of the things I love about Flourishes images, is that as much as they're perfect for colouring, they are nothing short of amazing on their own as well.
The detailing on the images is amazing, and even without the shading, they'd look great. 




 The stamp sets that I used on these, are Garden Picks (all images), and Zinnias, Kids Play, Cherries and Peaches respectively from left to right, for the sentiments.

Thanks for taking time to visit me here in Australia, it's time to grab your passports and board Flourishes Flight, your next destination is.........

35 comments:

  1. ....sigh....I adore these...you've taken a fab set and just hit it out of the ballpark with stunning simplicity...I'll definitely be trying this. Love the "natural" look!

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  2. These are just beautiful and this look suits me as I do not (can not) colour.

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  3. Simple yet stunning - these bookmarks look like treasured keepsakes passed down through the generations. Actually, I think you should start that tradition with these. :-)

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  4. Gorgeous! Love the subtle colouring and neutral palette :)

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  5. These are so understated and elegant! I like the neutral color palette!

    Tricia

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  6. Love these floral stamps, and how simple they can be made, but so beautiful

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  7. the lack of colouring makes these images stand out even more...wonderful!

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  8. I love how you stamped these, simple but gorgeous.

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  9. These are gorgeous, Iwona! Love the rustic feel!

    Hugs,
    Naomi

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  10. Stunning and beautiful, Chupa! Love the rustic spin!
    Hugs!
    x

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  11. Oh, these are gorgeous, Chupa!

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  12. Simply gorgeous Iwona! I love the tone on tone stamping - so clever and beautiful!

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  13. Oh Wow!! What a fabulous way to showcase this lovely stamp set. Just love your bookmarks.

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  14. Oooh! This is gorgeous!!! I love the old world feel and the fibers you used at the top! You've been vamping your photos as well! They're fantastic! :)

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  15. The neutrals are stunning, imparting an earthy, natural feel. Very beautiful choices.

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  16. They are so pretty, love the neutrals

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  17. So beautiful in the neutral tones.

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  18. Beautiful, great monochromatic tones!

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  19. Just beautiful. Love the soft vintage feel of them. Cheers.

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  20. Stunning! Love the tone on tone coloring! Another set added to my wish list! TFS God bless!!

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  21. These are beautiful! I LOVE them! That's not my "usual stamping style" - but I could totally get into that!

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  22. Very nice..love the vintage look.

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  23. SO pretty... I love the neutrals, and the monochrome. I agree with you - these images can really stand on their own. I love these!

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  24. Wow, I love these. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  25. WOWEEEEE girlie - these are stunning!!!! The neutral colours make these bookmarks strikingly gorgeous! LOVE THEM!!

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  26. WOW…WOW…WOW, Chupa! These are stunning! So very inspiring.

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  27. The three bookmarks are beautiful. I love their simplicity and the fact that you kept them flat so as not to damage the book they are used in. Very thoughtful.

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  28. Wow! Love them! They are so elegant and very pretty!!

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  29. Lovely....so simple and elegant!

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  30. I just love monochromatic works. These are totally amazing!

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  31. These are simply wonderful! So natural and elegant!

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  32. These are stunning Iwona! Love the monochromatic look.

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