This is my first attempt at making these flowerpot cards, but I had taken the pictures on my phone and couldn't remember how to retreive them. I made this card for a work colleague who received an injury while at work. I used some fabric flowers held together with brads; sprayed leaves; the ribbon is Tilda; edges inked using dark brown; and I added dragonfly brads. The insert has Basic grey lettering. I used the cut file previously posted.
Having seen a few flowerpot cards posted on the cricut card forum I desided to have a bash at creating my own. This card was made for my daughters teachering assistant who has recently had a car accident.
I designed the cut file using George n Basic Shapes. The card when completed fits into a 7" by 5" envelope.
Jeannie posted this on 0ne of my threads, but I feel they should be shared here!
Jeannie thought up some good things to add to this fathers day card like:
Hammer: What you needed to use to knock some sense into me while I was growing up. Wrench: You made my heart wrench when you were mad at me. Screwdriver: What you needed to use on me when I had some screws loose. Tape Measure: Not long enough to measure the love I have for you. Pencil: You never wrote me off when I did things I wasn't suppose to.
Inspired by Jenni Shawyer in the Junes addition of Simply cards and papercraft magazine. This is her card featured in the magazine, and she has many more wonderful designs in there too, I created the cut file from her work.
I have designed these for invites for my DD's birhtday, along with 4 of her friends, she is going to have a movie treat for her 7th birthday, and I shall be having her friends mum assist in helping me to keep '5' 6/7 year olds on the straight and narrow. Alyssa loves to watch films on the big screen but looking more forward to having to choose her own chinese meal afterwards, she keeps saying were going to 'China' and I can do it myself! These invites have been designed using GBS.
Inspired by the sizzix die of a car front, I designed this cut file for the wedding of a friend a while back, but the wedding isn't until November so I decided to share after I saw a card displayed in the 'Paper Doll Dress Up', then a request for the car. This cut file was designed using Plantin School Book Cart.
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