We’re celebrating ‘Springtime’ this week over on Sunday Postcard Art .

Here’s my postcard for this week……

Little girl from Lisa’s Altered Art, lambs and daffodils from my own collection of pics, collaged words, drawn border and stamped swirls on a watercolour pencil background.

Donna xx



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24 responses to “Springtime

  1. Fantastic postcard, Donna. Love those lambs!

  2. What a happy, wonderful piece! Big applause! LynnF

  3. What an exquisite, joyful, beautiful card. I love it!!

  4. Anne

    Gorgeous Postcard, Donna

  5. oh so cuteeeeeeeeee!!!! adorable …wonderful postcard!!!

  6. What a fun image…darling images. Love it.

  7. Very cute postcard, love the little lambs too!

  8. audrey meijs

    Gorgeous Donna!

  9. Nice background,cute smile, wonderful card!

  10. donna! you should have done the sample this week… this is amazing. love it

  11. It’s wonderful, Donna. It looks so three dimensional, particularly the frame.

  12. barnie

    How beautiful, love the little lambs.

  13. taluula

    An absolute delight.

  14. Yes: that’s spring!

  15. Super sweet and fun! Great postcard!

  16. What a lovely card, I love all images and flowers..all things are perfect together!
    Hugs Anja

  17. Lovely Springtime piece my friend, I love it!!!

  18. Fantastic! Beautifull colors, and cute details!

  19. Very lovely and sweet card Donna – you have captured the essence of springtime!

    Cindy 🙂

  20. Sweet! I LOVE the lambies 🙂

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