The Plentiful Plants stamp set is so much fun to use. More and more people are spending time outdoors cultivating the garden so naturally we see this influence in paper crafting too.
I have to admit that it’s a hit or miss for me when it comes to keeping plants alive. Luckily, when I stamp them on paper, they don’t die on me…ever.
When I first saw this stamp set, I knew that I would love it. There are so many options – hanging plants, potted ones and even just leafy backgrounds for cards or scrapbooking.
I like cards that are re-usable. It makes me happy when a card can be taken apart and re-purposed. Hence, I made this card with a detachable book marker. Book markers are practical and it’s something that we can never have enough of.
Here’s a video to show how I made the card using the Plentiful Plants stamp set. I used the coordinating Perfect Plants Dies to cut out the macrame plant hanger. Sticker sheets are perfect for this. You can also use card stock if you like. The coordinating set of dies can be used to cut out the pots and leaves so make sure you check it out on the link below.
Here’s the list of products so that you can make this at home:
- Plentiful Plants Stamp Set
- Perfect Plants Dies
- Plentiful Plants Bundle
- Stitched So Sweetly Dies
- Fresh Freesia Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Cinnamon Cider Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Evening Evergreen Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Soft Succulent Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Basic White A4 Card Stock
I used my colour wheel to help me with the colour coordination for this card. How about making this card in other colours? If you like the colours that I used, make sure you purchase them in my shop using the links above.
I hope that you enjoyed this card inspiration and that you’ll give it a go. Happy card making!