Thursday, March 2, 2017

Oh So Succulent Card: Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Hello friends and welcome to the official Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team blog hop. You'll hop around the world to visit my incredible design team friends, and if this is your first visit to my blog, welcome to Canada! On this blog hop you'll see a wide variety of projects using a few different stamp sets, so get ready for inspiration overload! 
My card today features the Oh So Succulent Bundle of stamps and dies. There are so many cute little images in this stamp set, and they layer so beautifully to create an adorable little planter. There's also a fabulous designer paper to match, called Succulent Garden, that's perfect for a layer on your card base, and a matching envelope flap.
I created the basket for my succulents using the Basket Builder Framelits and the 1 ⅜" Circle Punch. Simply die cut the pieces of the basket, adhere them together, and then insert them into the circle punch to make this little rounded basket (opposed to the angular basket made with the die alone).

Now please go and visit my talented Artisan Design Team friend, Aurélie in France.

And don't forget to visit everyone on the team:
Allison Okamitsu - you are here!

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Happy Stampin'


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10 comments:

  1. Allison, I LOVE that basket! Such a clever use of that die :)

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  2. How clever to create a circular basket from that die! I adore your sweet card xox

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  3. This is not my favorite suite of products, but I LOVE your card!

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  4. So pretty, and the color combo is stunning.

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  5. This is so cute! I was eyeing that basket for the succulents the other night and you have done it perfectly!!!!

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  6. This is so pretty! I love it!

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  7. Oh good idea the basket worked in flower pot.

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  8. Beautiful Allison! Love the circular basket!

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