Flowerpot Card

I have an amazing up-up-line! She is one of the most creative people I know, and her eye for detail is faultless. At a class I attended last year, Judy May taught me how to make an adorable flowerpot card which I have not had the heart to give away yet as it is too lovely to part with!

I have taken Judy’s flowerpot and flowers and added it to a card base – it is all Judy’s idea, but made simpler by sticking it onto a card.

Thanks, Judy for your inspiration. Go and check out the other amazing projects Judy has created here for more inspiration!

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For this project, I used the following:

Flower Shop Stamp Bundle
Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack
– Decorative Label Punch (retired)
– Small Over Punch (retired) – for leaves
Very Vanilla Cardstock
Cajun Craze Cardstock
Garden Green Cardstock
Tempting Turquoise Cardstock or Watermelon Wonder Cardstock
Chocolate Chip Ink
Blushing Bride Ink
Rich Razzleberry Ink
Tangelo Twist Ink
Hello Honey Ink
Tempting Turquoise Ink


Punch Art Dog

This is the most adorable card I have made in a long while. Thanks to the inspiration by Julie Kettlewell I created my own, simpler version of this card and used sentiments from the Party Wishes stamp set.

It’s a great idea to pull out your punches and to see what you can create using the various shapes on offer. Thanks to Julie, here is an example of such.

Punches used for the above project are:

Extra Large Oval – for head and body
– Small Oval (retired) – for back paws and nose
Owl Builder Punch – eyes
Bird Builder Punch – for tail and ears
Word Window Punch  – for legs and neck
3/4″ Circle Punch – for front paws
– Flower from Itty Bitty Punches (retired) – for hair on head
Party Wishes Stamp Set
Soft Suede Ink
Chocolate Chip Ink
Whisper White Card