Happy Springtime {The Greetery}...

Hi friends!  I made a card today...just because!  Life has been so busy these last 6 months, so I feel like I haven't had much craft room time.  The Greetery's BotaniCuts Carrot Dies having been swimming in my brain and so I had to pull them out and use them!  I put a few things together and created a fun, spingy card.  All the supplies used in today's card are located at the bottom of my post in the supply list!  


The Greetery

First off, I die cut 5 carrrots in yellow cardstock.  I took a blending brush and some orange and brown inks to blend them up into the perfect orange color.  (All inks linked in my supply list)

After die cutting the carrot tops in a pale green cardstock, I took some green ink and blended it directly on the dies to add in some shading.  I needed the perfect "dirt" so I ripped up 2 pieces of brown cardstock.  One for the back and a smaller one to lay ontop of the carrots.  I laid out all the pieces and glued them to the white card base and then took scissors and cut off all the carrot bottoms to give it all an even edge along the bottom of the card front. 

Next, I stamped up one of those Sprinkled with Kindess Watering Cans.  I ran it through my die cut machine with the coordinating die and then tucked it down in behind the dirt layer and the carrots.  

Using another blending brush, I lightly blended up some Altenew Mountain Mist to create a little bit of a sky.  I die cut 2 clouds from the On Cloud Nine Die Set (Spellbinders) and added them to the card with some foam squares.  Last, I stamped the perfect spring sentiment from the Springtime sets from The Greetery.  

The Greetery

I hope you have enjoyed my Greetery project for today!  Thanks for coming by!



Instagram: Laurie Willison (@laurie_willison)

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  1. I love this card! I've been searching for inspiration for those carrots!!

  2. Clever, clever girl! This is heaps of fun, Laurie!


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