The 2022-2024 Stampin Up! In Colours make me want to sing…
And what’s a better way to showcase them altogether- than the Plentiful Plants stampset.
So, I decided to create this card using the plentiful plants in bright new In-Colours.
I have previously designed this card using the more subtle colour combo -here’s a photo of the same card:
As you can see- the same card with different colours and it’s whole new look.
Let’s make this Plentiful Plants in bright new In-Colours card!
You’re going to need to cut a slimline cardbase -that’s 7″ x 7″. Score it at 3½”.
Basic white cardstock cut 3¼” x 6 3/4″.
You can emboss this or leave it blank – I used the 3D brick embossing folder for this.
Then you will then need to cut a smaller piece of white cardstock – approx 3″ x 7″.
Using square dies – cut out 3 windows.
I also used the retired stitched with whimsy dies for some interest.
Let’s put this beauty together
Stamp out various pots and plants in colours of your choice.
I mixed the pots up -using Orchid Oasis and Sweet Sorbet.
For the plant dies in the bottom pot -I actually combined Parakeet Party and Shaded Spruce.
I blended the colours together using my blending brush, and then die cut the leaves out.
You can create a whole different combination of pots and flowers -just go wild with your imagination.
Once you’ve cut out the plants and pots, mix and match them until you find the right fit.
I combined both liquid glue and glue dots to adhere them to each other and to the card.
Ribbons and more ribbons
There are a some beautiful metallic ribbons in the in- colours.
When I made this card, I first added parakeet party ribbon.
It didn’t look right at all -even hubby said so!
So, I changed it to the orchid oasis and it looked much better.
The final touch was to add the sentiment -which I stamped in starry sky.
A few matte dots and my Plentiful Plants in bright new In-Colours was all done!
You can shop all these items (except for those mentioned that are retired) right here.
Until next time!