Hello and welcome to the first day of reveals for the brand new Spring Fever Collection from The Greetery! If you are as ready for Spring as I am, you will love this gorgeous collection of florals and fun designs for Easter! This beautiful new collection of stamps and dies will be available at The Greetery on Wednesday, Wednesday March 10th at 10:00 am EST!
Today we are showcasing:
- Bunny Hop stamp, stencils, die
- BotaniCuts Carrot die
- Put a Bow On It stamp + die
- BotaniCuts Wildflower Mix die
- PreText Sentiments + dies
- Let’s Have a Word: Easter die
- Let's Have a Word: Spring Die
For my first card, I'm using the Bunny Hop Stencils, Stamps and Dies combo. I only used the stamps on my card here and then cut the whole wreath out with the coordinating die. I then stamped the bunnies and two different shades of brown, cut them out with the coordinating dies, and added them to the wreath with foam tape.
I did use the stencil for the wreath to blend some blue ink around the outside and lightly inside of the wreath. I then stamped the cute sentiment that is included in the set with the same brown as the bunnies.
My next card uses the new Botanicuts: Wildflowers Mix dies and the Put A Bow on it Stamp set and coordinating die. I cut all of the flowers out of heavy weight white cardstock and colored them with Distress Oxide inks. I then glued them all together with the stems. I blended some purple ink onto my white card base for a subtle background and then arranged the flowers into a bunch and glued them down with liquid adhesive. I added a few white dots to the center of my flowers with white acrylic paint.
I stamped the Bow and sentiment from the Put a Bow on It stamp set, cut it out with the coordinating die, and added it to the bunch of flowers with foam tape.
My last card uses the Botanicuts: Carrot die set, Let's Have a Word: Easter die, Botanicuts: Wildflower Mix dies and the Greetings sentiment is from the Bittersweet Bouquet stamp set. I first blended some Speckled Egg Distress Oxide ink for my background and then speckled it with white ink. I cut all of the dies out of heavy weight cardstock and colored them with Distress Oxide inks.
I glued everything together and then to my panel with liquid glue. I cut the Easter sentiment out three times and layered those all together and then adhered them with liquid glue as well. The Greetings sentiment was heat embossed on dark brown cardstock, cut out and adhered with foam tape. I added a few white dots to the center of my flowers with white acrylic paint.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing my projects today! I'll be back tomorrow with more wonderful projects with the new Spring Fever Collection!
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