Sunday, June 12, 2022

The Garden

Make your card a bit more interesting by shifting a square onto its corner and creating a diamond. Now, that's precious. Any thoughts? 

   Dragonfly Garden

   Blackberry Bliss A-2
   Smoky Slate 5-1/4 x 4
   Dandy Garden DSP 2" Sq. (3), 2-3/4" Sq.
   Basic White 1 x 5, 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)

   Mossy Meadow


   Dragonflies Punch
   Basic Rhinestone Jewels
   Braided Linen Trim
   Ladybug Trinkets
   Glue Dots

First, I stamped the Basic White strip, using Mossy Meadow ink.

I then adhered the strip to the left side of the Smoky Slate panel.

Next, I adhered two of the DSP 2" squares, showing the colorful printed side. One square toward the top and the other toward the bottom.

I then stamped my sentiment on the third 2" square, showing the solid color. Note, the direction of the sentiment. I adhered it onto its side, creating a diamond shape.

I then adhered the panel onto the Blackberry Bliss card front.

I punched out a couple of dragonflies and attached them with glue dots.

I then tied the Braided Linen Trim into a bow on the left and added a Ladybug Trinket and rhinestones to the dragonflies.

Lastly, I adhered the Basic White panel to the inside of the card.

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  1. I really like the layout! Nice card!

    1. Thank you, Fonda. I had all of the pieces cut for quite a while and then life showed up. When I finally got back to it, I could not remember what I had in mind. So, this is what happened. Thank you for visiting and taking the time to comment. Stay healthy.

  2. Beautiful papers and layout on this happy card.

    1. Thanks, Lisa. It was a challenge, since I had everything ready except the concept. It was like putting a puzzle together without the picture. Now, what can I do with this? Thanks for stopping by here and commenting. Much appreciated.