Sunday, September 15, 2019

Have a Lovely Day


I hope you are having a lovely day.   Today I used a variety of Susan's die sets to create this floral arrangement in her Galvanized Bucket.

This is a 6x6 inch card.  The front was covered with a piece of design card stock from the Tonic Studio's Craft Kit 24.  The edges were scored, then attached to the card front.

The Garden Notes Galvanized Bucket was die cut using a piece of the Tonic Studio Craft Perfect Luxury Embossed Card-Peacock Feathers.  The handle was die cut using silver card stock and the wooden handle die cut again using dark brown card stock.  The band around the upper portion of the buck was die cut using silver card stock then colored with a brown marker.  The bucket was attached with a Craft Perfect Adhesive Dimensional Foam Pad in the center and Nuvo Adhesive Tape Runner around the sides and bottom.

The Garden Notes Grecian Windflower die set was used to create the five purple flowers.  they were shaped using the Flower Tool Kit and assembled using Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive.  

The Garden Notes Lavender was die cut.  Yellow card stock was used for the yellow flowers on the Lavender branch.

The Garden Notes Feverfew die set was used to create seven white flowers.

The Garden Notes Berry Spray die set was used to die cut two sprays and Nuvo Rippened Pumpkin Crystal Drops used to create the berries.  

The Garden Notes Maidenhair Fern die set was used to die cut two ferns.  

The Garden Notes Woodland Leaves die set used for the fall leaves.

The Leafy Branch die set was used to die cut leaves out of rust card stock and red Prills added for berries.

All the die cut pieces were arranged in the bucket and a die cut sentiment added.  This sentiment is from the Tonic Studio Craft Kit 21.

You can watch Susan's Garden Club Live videos on Facebook at this LINK for help on how to create her flowers.  

This card can be mailed in one of the clear acrylic boxes linked below along with the other products used to create this card.




1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's a lovely bouquet to go with a lovely day. Okay - definitely keep the LOVELY card and throw away the rainy day.

Pat McQuitty

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