Eden’s Garden has beautiful botanical images and coordinates with a gorgeous intricate set of dies. We had so much fun creating these projects during our monthly creative catch-up for January Stamp Club.
The first card is a clever way of using the leaves in the set. Stamp the leaves in layers in Balmy Blue, Soft Succulent and also Misty Moonlight for a monochromatic look. Use the horizontal die as a central embellishment and also as a place to stamp a greeting.
In another card, we used vellum to soften the look of the card. Place the die-cut frame on the top layer for a gorgeous finishing touch.
Would you like to learn how to make a quick box too using an A4 piece of Basic White card stock? There are no complicated measurements and it’s easy to make. Here’s how:
- On the horizontal side of an A4 Basic White cardstock, find the center. Measure 1/2 inch and score up and down from the center.
- Measure and score 1 inch on all four sides of the paper.
- On the vertical side you should have 1 inch on top and bottom. Divide that score line in half (score at 1/2 inch). This will be the flap to close the box.
- Fold all the score lines and cut out all the 4 square corners.
- Trim a flap at the center lines but only until the intersection.
- The box is now shaped and ready to glue.
- Use the border die and cut 2 strips in Basic White so that you can decorate the top of the box.
I hope that you enjoyed this Eden’s Garden inspiration and that you’ll give this bundle a go.
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