Monday, February 24, 2014

A Garden of Roses


"A garden of roses is
a fragrant piece of heaven."


~ Matthew A. R. Bassity ~




Here are the free graphics
& sources used in my artwork:



*FREE ViNTaGE DiGiTal STaMPS*

Polka dot scrapbook paper

*Lilac & Lavender*
"Antiqued" lined paper
Rose postcard

Sheet music cover "Because"
Post card with scalloped border
is from my personal collection.



Thanks for stopping by!

12 comments:

  1. Hello, I just discovered your blog last week and have thoroughly enjoyed pursuing your lovely printables. I still write letters with pen and paper, so I keep my eyes open for new and beautiful papers, and it's so convenient when they can come from my own printer! Than you so much for sharing your designs. Have a gorgeous day!

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  2. Many thanks for sharing with us both your talent and these lovely roses! Here's the kind of thing that makes me want to take my pen and ink and write a few words instead of sending an e-mail...!

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  3. so gorgeous thanks a lot !

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  4. These are beautiful. Thank you!

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  5. I like very much the design and the colors! Thanks a lot! Hugs!

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  6. How gorgeous, Megan! Your scalloped postcard is quite a treasure... I love how seamlessly you isolated the outermost border to frame the lined paper--it adds the perfect, lacy touch.♥ Thank you. xoxo

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  7. Thank you Megan, these are beautiful
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  8. I am always so amazed at the beautiful images you share. Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring! :)

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  9. I just found your site through Pinterest. Your work is gorgeous! I have saved your site and will visit often. Thank you for sharing your creativity! Also - I love the name - Lilac & Lavender. :)

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  10. Wow. These are stunning. Thanks. :)

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  11. Gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing! I KNOW I'll be using these on my handmade cards.

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