Thursday, May 1, 2014
May Day, May Day!
Do I post gigantic graphics, or what?
Happy May Day everybody! Can you think of a better way to celebrate the first of May than with a virtual garden tour? (Okay, a real garden tour would also be totes awesome, BUT for this flowery frolic you can be in your pajamas, sans make-up, perhaps with a bit of bedhead, and nobody will ever know! Ain’t the internet grand?)
OHHHH my goodness have the Bloom Brigade been ever-so-busy cultivating these magnificent cards for our ALL DIGITAL May release week. THANK YOU, THANK YOU to each of them, such gorgeous artists and beautiful people! I have been so impressed with their floral card creations all week — seriously, they make me want to stop everything and pull out my watercolors. It’s a bit chilly in St. Louis this morning, so I’ll save my peony-plant-progress-peeping until later in the day, and will instead run around this blog hop to see everything they’ve made.
A quick note before I do. All of the images used in the cards for our May “Instant Garden” release (Peonies, Tulips, Gerbera Daisies, and Gladioli) are available as high-resolution digital images — so after you buy the set, you’ll get an email with your images in it, and you can start creating your own crafty garden right away! How cool is that? Again I say: Ain’t the internet grand?
So let’s get this May Day instant garden tour underway, and I hope you’ll visit each of our charming Bloom Brigade designer’s blogs for inspiration—PLUS—we have a special visit from the oh-so-delightful creative phenom, Dina Kowal. Today rules!!!!
THE BLOOM BRIGADE’S MAY DAY INSTANT GARDEN TOUR
And thank you so much to everyone who’s been following our release this week, many of you have been Instant Gardening with us already! We have so many fun surprises in store this month—and I can’t wait to be all up in it myself! From new challenges to helpful tips to Pinterest action, there will be lots of ways to share this botanical bounty together!
I truly appreciate all of the support and lovely emails and comments you have been sharing with me. I feel very privileged to be a part of this creative community. :)