Blog Hop – May Holidays Inspired Card Using Spellbinders Four Seasons Dies

Hi, Welcome💗

I’ll be back next weekend with another crafting blog tutorial so please join me for more crafting fun, but first I’d like to share….

I was asked by the lovely Lisa from U.S.A to join her blog hop.

Lisa does some wonderful articles on nature and baking so check out her site 😊

Magnolia Time in Louisiana http://2018/04/29/magnolia-time-in-louisiana/ via @wordpressdotcom

Lisa’s blog hop is themed May Holidays.

So when I got to thinking about what May Holidays means to me…… I thought of English summertime fayres held on the village green outdoors. We always plan on going but usually wait to see what the good old British weather does beforehand 😂

With May Bank Holidays as my inspiration, I started thinking of countryside village communities hosting fayres and the activities that take place at these tranquil days out. There are a number of activities that spring to mind such as; brass bands, tombola, scruffiest dog competition, games and rides but most of all I think of Morris Dancers and the Maypole 😂

Using the theme of Morris Dancing and Maypole I designed my card. The pole originally coming from a tree and usually adorned with ribbon gave me the idea to show my Maypole as a tree with ribbons hanging from it, decorated with a wreath of beautiful green foliage and summer blooms, set in beautiful countryside. The countryside behind reminding me of the days as a child riding out with my friends. Love you guys ❤


Have a good week, take care and keep crafting❤


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