Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Flower Pot Card

Hey there!
I'm sharing this flower pot card on the

The main die set I used for this card is really for
creating a pop up style card, but I altered
to create a flower pot on the front of the card
that has a little bit of dimension.

I cut 1 piece of the pot dies instead 2 and basically cut that piece
in half with a tabs on both sides to fold back forming the pot.
I colored the pot with Spectrum Noir Markers.
I cut the other pieces, flowers, butterfly and leaves
 out of various scrap card stock pieces

I layered the flowers and creased them and the butterflies
for a little dimension. Pearls were added.

I made a frame with a rectangular piece of green card stock
and used a rectangle die to cut the center out.

I used a 5 x 6.5 inch card base and added the printed paper
as the background.
I added the frame layered on to a piece of white card.

I added the pot next and adhered with foam tape'
The flowers and leaves were arranged
and butterflies added to the design.

I finished with a pearl border on the bottom of the card.

I hope I've provided some inspiration for you to
 play and create with your dies and we'd love for you 
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  1. Hi Judy this is a stunning card. It is just so pretty. I love those dies. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  2. Absolutely fabulous. Thank you for sharing with us over here at World Wide Open Design Team Challenge and best of luck with your entry.

    Annette DT / Admin / Registered Owner for https://worldwideopendesignteamchallenge.blogspot.com/

  3. Gorgeous flower card
    Thank you for sharing in our challenge at Classic Design Challenge we really appreciate you joining in.

    Hester DT

  4. This is absolutely stunning. Thanks for joining the challenge at Love to Craft Challenge Blog.