Monday, 9 October 2017

Thanksgiving Flower Pot Pop-Up

Good morning friends

I have a special card today, that I made for Thanksgiving. I've had this sparkly & foiled patterned paper for several years yet never seem to make a dent in it. For this card, I fussy cut several of the decorative borders and labels from coordinating papers in the stack.


Below you can see the lovely foiled bits, and the sparkle in some of the burlap stripes. I added a strip of gold foil card stock as well. The' Thanks' is from Karen Burniston's Word Set 1 - Greetings, and I paired it with a handwritten 'give' for the greeting on the card front.



Inside is the Flower Pot Pop-Up filled with autumn coloured flowers and vines. Isn't it amazing that this folds up completely flat for mailing?




While it's hard to see in the photo, the burgundy labels are die cut from a heavy burgundy printed card stock with embossed flowers on it. They catch the light when the card is turned - so pretty. The flowers and vine's were spattered with some Colorburst's after die cutting to add a bit of variance to each one. Then I could shape them a little while they were damp and left them to dry.


It's no wonder the Flower Pot Pop-Up is such a popular die!

Supplies:
Kraft, black and cream card stocks
Patterned paper - Recollections
Colorbursts - Ken Oliver
Magical Shakers - Lindy's Stamp Gang
Gold foil card stock - Stampin' Up
Black fine point marker
Staedtler fine point markers
Liquid pearls
Brown/gold hand made paper - my stash
Stitched Oval (large) - MFT Stamps

Thanks for stopping by today

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! I imagine it is spectacular in person, thanks to your lovely description.

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