2014, digital, digital scrapping, flowers, kim klassen, march 2014, texture, texture tuesday
I found some Daffodil buds in the garden bravely struggling through the cold wet clay soil.  They were a welcome sight. In the warmth of the house they slowly opened bringing the clean fresh scent of Spring……
Using Kim’s VintageMagicMess texture and her beautiful new set of brushes (laurel). I created a soft light vintage feel.

And, because I was so happy to see some colour in these grey days I textured another with ‘Cherish’, added a heart and vine brush .

I made myself a little brush to add to my layout

Don’t you just love yellow it really lifts the spirits…..


  1. Isn't it amazing how that first pop of color in spring perks us up so much? Your daffodil photos are lovely and they do indeed promise spring. My dafs have just the teeniest buds beginning to form. Maybe next week …


  2. So beautiful, Viv !Love the first image with the vintage feel, the yellow in the second one is so pretty !Lovely brush too !And I forget each time when visiting but not this time 🙂 your header is wonderful !Nice week,Sylvia


  3. Yes! Yellow is such a welcome color after the 50 shades of gray winter we've had. And great job creating your own brush!! I can't wait for my daffs to appear but think they're still a few weeks away.Visiting from Texture Tuesday


  4. hello lovely…. oh my goodness.. your photos are so pretty…. and hope-filled… love how you used the brushes… and your new one is FAB…BEAUTIFUL work my friend…. xo, Kim


  5. The texture and brush you added make these so serene and gentle, yet bright and happy. Great job on your brush creation, too! You are sure learning a lot!


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