Pick Your Pieces

What different creations can you come up with using a few of the same base supplies? We know you’re up for the challenge, but here are three examples using the Plentiful Plants Stamp Set.
In addition to the stamp set, these three cards all used Basic White, Petal Pink, So Saffron, and Soft Sea Foam Cardstock; Calypso Coral, Mango Melody, and Shaded Spruce Classic Stampin’ Pads; and a bit of Linen Thread.
On the Merci bien card, we stamped on the Basic White Cardstock before cutting the piece at a diagonal. Then we layered the So Saffron and Soft Sea Foam pieces behind and stamped the sentiment on the Petal Pink Cardstock (which we repeated on the other two cards as well).
For the Veel geluk samen card, we die cut the macramé plant holder from So Saffron Cardstock and stamped the plant image on Soft Sea Foam Cardstock. Next, we stamped the plant image on Soft Sea Foam with Shaded Spruce ink and die cut before assembling.
And finally, the Du hast mir sehr geholfen card has the Basic White Cardstock piece cut into three strips. We stamped different pots on So Saffron Cardstock in Calypso Coral and Mango Melody ink and die cut them. Then we stamped the plant image in Shaded Spruce ink on Soft Sea Foam Cardstock and die cut that as well.
There are so many wonderful creations you can make using just those supplies. Give it a try and share your cards on social media.

Published by vandacreations

Just love to make greeting cards and other paper art and crafts! Having lots of fun, too much maybe? Teaching and inspiring others to be creative is my other love so here's my way to share!

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