The first time I heard this quote “April Shower Brings May Flowers” was from my husband when I experienced Spring for the first time in 2009. I did not quite understand at the first time, but after rainy days, I then understood. And also it from one of the stories about a boar named May Flowers.
In th last couple of weeks my daughter who is at Kindergarten told me about how she learned planting flowers at school and told me about the quote she learned. 2 weeks ago she kept asking her Papa to take her to store to buy Sun flower seeds so she can have a Sun flower garden this year, so they did. the planted at least 3 kinds of Sun flowers.
Sun flowers is low maintenance plant. And we hope to see the flowers and enjoy them when we come back from our Summer Mission Trip.
This month theme challenge from Scrapping Everyday Miracles is Time For May Flowers. There are 3 challenges this month:
- Layout Sketch Challenge
- Card Sketch Challenge
- Bible Verse Challenge
You can create any new projects to enter thoses challenges. You have until the end of May to play with SEM challenges. Please link up yoir projects here.
This month, I created a card base on the skecth challenge:
The color combo from this Blossom collection is so beautiful, just perfect from Spring and Mother’s Day projects.
Supplies from Close To My Heart:
- Cardstock & Papers: Blossom Paper Packets, White Daisy cardstock
- Stamp sets: Shower Flowers, Flower For Mom, Brushstrokes
- Exclusive Inks Stamp Pads: Cananry, Honey, Pear, Crystal Blue, Juniper, Smoothie.
- My Acrylix Blocks: 1×1, 1×3 1/2, 2×2, 3×3
- Sparkle gems
- 3D foam
- Adhesive runner
Thank You so much for visiting today and hopefully you can play with the challenges this month. If you need inspirations, the team have created beautiful projects for you here.