Thursday, April 30, 2020

Potted Plants

Hello Crafty Friends,

It is Pam on the blog today!

You have to check out our new release!  This collection is so fantastic for spring through summer and especially perfect for those who love to garden.  Check it out in the online store there are 19 different dies to choose from and everyone of them is so wonderfully detailed!

Today, I am using the new Potted Plant die and it is just so darn cute!

(Background Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash)
Design Steps:
 1.  Cut out the pieces using the Potted Plant die.  I used a variety of colored card stock: rust, yellow, light green, dark green, brown, blue and white
 2.  Shade the pieces with a number of different colored inks and then assemble with a fine tip glue
 3.  Use an A2 white card base, a piece of yellow check DP (4 x 5 1/4) that I cut with the Double Stitched Square (third from the smallest).  Cut a piece of rust card stock (4 x 3 1/2) which I lined up with the yellow check DP and cut with a slightly smaller square.  I used the Wacky Stitched Square (second from the smallest)
 4.  Glue the rust windows directly behind the yellow checked DP windows and then glue it to a white piece of card stock  4 x 5 1/4
 5.  Next cut out a piece of white card stock using the Double Stitched Rectangle die and stamp it with your sentiment.  Layer your sentiment onto a piece of rust card stock
6.  Pop up your plants and sentiment onto the DP panel (as shown) and then attach it to the white card base.  Add your rhinestones and your card is complete

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Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope you are all staying safe and enjoying sometime to get creative and crafty!
Blessings
Pam



4 comments:

Mary Marsh said...

Such a sweet way to let someone know you are thinking of them- we all could use happy wishes right about now

Sukie said...

Such a creative way to use those adorable potted plants! I love your card!

Janja said...

Beautiful card! I like potted plants and layout.

Andre M. said...

This layout creates a delightful spring card, love the variety in the plants.