This is for F4A63 to make a pocket card. I haven't made a pocket card for a long time so I went to the SCS resource page and looked for a tutorial to try something new. I found this fun Flower Pot Pocket card tutorial and had to give it a try. http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/re...owerpotpocket/
Sentiment: If I had a flower for everytime I thought of you, I could walk in my garden forever.
I decided to go big on the flowers and foliage to create a really fun gift for someone. No way this will fit in an envelope but would be great to insert in a gift box with some flower seeds, gardening tools or stamping tools. If you would like to see how I make punched paper flowers check out the tutorial on my blog. http://kittiekraft.typepad.com/kitti...-tutorial.html
Stamps: Rubbernecker Wildflower Set 465
Ink: Forest Moss
Paper: Pink, White, SU DP
Accessories: Sizzix Foliage Die, Martha Stewart and Stampin Up Flower and Foliage Punches, Piercing Mat, Stylus, Matte Accent, 1/8" Circle Punch, Piercer, Crimper, Grosgrain, Martha Stewart Border Punch, Embossing Folder
Registered: March 11, 2007 Location: In my Garden in West Jefferson, Ohio Posts: 4296
Fri, May 06, 2011 @ 7:31 AM
I've been making these all week for my mother's day cards.
I LOVE how you went so big with the bouquet. TLC215 is the challenge keyword number that we used to make these back in April of 2009. I have one left that I'm putting into this gallery.
Have a great day !!
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
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Thyme began in a Garden.
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 98686
Fri, May 06, 2011 @ 8:58 AM
A flower pot is pretty much the perfect place for one of your so-beautiful flower arrangements, Kittie. And I've recalled what your tiny floral print reminds me of, too - some fine cotton that my mother made a big hippo out of :D.
That card is a gift in itself even without the extras you are proposing.