Bee Kind!

Good morning all you lovely peeps. It's the 1st of April, and I'm excited as I know it won't be long before I can spend endless days potting in my garden, which brings to this months theme on the Country View Crafts challenge blog, chosen for us by the very talented Sue. The theme its self is the birds and the bees.

Before I get to my inspiration post I thought I would mention that it is important to actually follow the theme, or you entry will not be counted in the draw, as that is unfair to all those that do follow it closely. To help, I've put together a couple of questions you can ask yourself before entering your make into the competition, yes it is a competition and as much as we might not like rules there are some, so here goes:


  1. What does the theme actually ask for? For example, This month Sue says," Please bear in mind that birds and/or bees must be the main focus of your piece, if we have to go looking for it, it doesn't count!"

  2. How does my plan fit that brief?

I hope that helps, as we hate to see your hard work go to waste because it doesn't meet the brief. don't for get there's £20 to win to spend in the very stocked store so good luck.

Okay so now onto my inspiration, which is a watercolour card.



I'm just loving playing with watercolours at the moment an