Garden Elements, part 1

Mom’s January stamping event was a new catalog party. One of the things she did was to give away a Roof Garden Accent and Elements kit. She asked me to make some samples using the tin so the person who won would have some ideas. I ended up making 8 cards! I’ll post a few today, a few tomorrow, and the last couple on Wednesday. The three I have today are all CASEd, but the posts for Tuesday and Wednesday will be mine.


The first card was cased from luv my dolly (SCS). I changed the elements and sentiment used, and added a rhinestone brad to the flower center. What I CASEd was the overall layout and colors – I really love the smaller panel with the scallop edge and the idea of layering a flower over a strip.


My next card is one of my favorites! It just feels so formal and crisp. I again cased the layout from luv my dolly (SCS). To do the ribbon, I punched a little slot in the focal panel and threaded the ribbon up and made my knot. Also, I didn’t want the leaf sticker to be flat, so I cut a dimensional up into pieces and placed a few under the leaves to give that piece some dimension.


The final card (for today) is cased from stampin mama (SCS). I used the layout, but changed up the colors and the elements used to decorate the sentiment. This isn’t the best picture, but it is the best I have – the ribbon is Kiwi.

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow to see three more cards made with the Roof Garden Accents and Elements kit!

All Stampin’Up! unless otherwise noted.
Absolutely Fabulous
Stamps: Absolutely Fabulous;
Ink: Not Quite Navy;
Paper: Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White, Urban Garden DSP;
Other: Roof Garden Accents & Elements, rhinestone brad;
Wonderful Friend
Stamps: Wonderful Favorites;
Ink: Not Quite Navy;
Paper: Not Quite Navy, Basic Grey, Whisper White, Urban Garden DSP;
Other: Roof Garden Accents & Elements, gray taffeta, slot punch, dimensionals;
All the Best
Stamps: Elegant Greetings;
Ink: Not Quite Navy;
Paper: Baja Breeze, Not Quite Navy, Urban Garden DSP;
Other: Roof Garden Accents & Elements, oval punch, dimensionals;

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