Hello all my crafty friends and Happy Monday! Today I am featuring a card with a main focus on plants! The idea came to me when my friend sent me a photo of all her plants and I thought it would be fun to send her a card featuring plants and saying hello!
This card features plants from the Purrfect Day and Kitty Capers stamp set.
- Purrfect Day Stamp and Die Collection
- Kitty Capers Stamp and Die Collection
- Purrfect Day Scene Builder Dies
- Hey, Hello, Hi Dies
- Flirty Flower Stencil
- Autumn Scene Cover Plate Dies
- Let's Chat Clear Stamp Set
For my card panel, I cut out the largest die from the Autumn Scene Cover Plate die set. I then blended Tattered Rose over the panel. I took the Flirty Flower Stencil and blended Saltwater Taffy and Worn Lipstick. I set my panel to the side and stamped out my plant images 4 times each.
I used the following green combos for the plants:
- YG11, YG13, YG17
- YG21, YG23, YG25
- YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97
- G05, G07, G09
I then used a mixture of pinks, reds, yellows, oranges, blues and purples for the holders. I die cut out the plants using the coordinating dies and set them to the side.
I then took the stand from Purrfect Day Scene builder set and cut it out 4 times from white cardstock. I blended Antique Linen and Tea Dye over the stands. I took the Hello die and cut it out of teal cardstock. I then took the sentiment and heat embossed it onto teal cardstock as well and trimmed it down.
To assemble the card, I first adhered the stands onto the cardstock and trimmed off the excess portion. I then used liquid adhesive for the plants. I did decide to arrange them first so I knew somewhat where I wanted the plants to go. To finish my card, I adhered the sentiments.
I hope you enjoyed my post today, especially if you are a plant lover. It's always fun using the various images in sets to create a scene on their own. If you liked any of the sets that I used, don't forget to use the code T4TRANDY10 at checkout.
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