Garden Elements, part 2

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If you missed the first three cards I made with the Roof Garden Accents and Elements kit, make sure you check out yesterday’s post.

This first card was fun to make. I found some cool geometric paper within the Urban Garden DSP pack. I thought the wavy lines from the Elements kit worked well with that. I decided I wanted a big focal sentiment and created one using Elegant Greetings and Fundamental Phrases. I offset the sentiment and left room to add a leafy Element. I popped the leaves up and added a little detail with the white gel pen.

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This is another of my favorites. When I saw the daisy paper from the Urban Garden DSP, I just knew I needed to use it. I’ve been ogling mom’s Top Note die cut so I grabbed that too. I used taffeta ribbon to hide the seem of the cardstock and pattern paper. Next time I will trim off the pointy parts from the die cut so the ribbon lays better. I popped a couple flowers over the ribbon.

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So, using the daisy portion of the patten paper in the above card left some great wavy lines behind in the scrap pile. I thought they would make a cool border. Again I used dimensionals to pop the flowers up. For the sentiment, I used the corner rounder and tucked it under the border.

That is all for today. I have two more cards to post – some come back tomorrow to check them out. Thanks for stopping by!

All Stampin’Up! unless otherwise noted.
Birthday Wishes
Stamps: Elegant Greetings, Fundamental Phrases;
Ink: Not Quite Navy, Kiwi Kiss;
Paper: Baja Breeze, Not Quite Navy, Whisper White, Urban Garden DSP;
Other: Roof Garden Accents & Elements, white gel pen, dimensionals;
Thanks
Stamps: Thank You Kindly;
Ink: Not Quite Navy;
Paper: Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Urban Garden DSP;
Other: Roof Garden Accents & Elements, white taffeta, Top Note die cut, dimensionals;
Glad We’re Friends
Stamps: Best Yet;
Ink: Not Quite Navy;
Paper: Baja Breeze, Basic Grey, Whisper White, Urban Garden DSP;
Other: Roof Garden Accents & Elements, corner rounder, dimensionals;

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