Creative Confetti: Think Spring!

Hello creative people! How are things in your neck of the woods? Are April showers getting ready to bring May flowers? Is Spring in the air? We feel it too! And, that's why we're smitten with all the beautiful things getting ready to sprout around us! It's why I decided to put the season in the spotlight for today's Creative Confetti challenge! 

HOW TO PLAY: It's as simple as using a spring flower, creating a spring-themed project or honoring the season in some way! It couldn't be any easier folks! ;-) If you need a little inspiration, just take a trip over to Ms. Marcella's IG feed to see ALL the beauty and color that has been popping up in her yard lately. I tell you, it's divine!


If you checked in yesterday for Inspire Me Monday, you saw my step-by-step tutorial on how to make this little Easter Basket with a bit of a digital stamping spin! (click HERE if you missed it!

This little basket is small, perfect for a few pieces of candy, a handful of jelly beans or, what I am going to do, a gift card at the bottom with some grass and Robin Eggs on top -- got to be sneaky when you have teens and young adults! ;-) 

After making this little number, I thought, "Why not encourage everyone to have a little Spring in their heart when creating?" So, here you have it folks! Make something that showcases this season.

After you're finished, don't forget to link up your creation below! Every entry is one more chance at winning a $25 gift code to the Power Poppy Shop!  So, get those fingers inky and let's see where your creativity takes you!

Happy Creating!

a.k.a. The Creative Confetti Thrower

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Janis said...

Such a sweet basket!! How creative to use the digis for decorating it. Not sure my skills are up to trying that. lol...
Thank you for another wonderful challenge!!
<3 J

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Chark said...

so sweet! these would be perfect for the Easter table!

Cynthia said...

Thank you for the fun Spring challenge! I really enjoyed coloring Daffodil Bouquet.