Hello, everyone! It’s Aga here and today I would like to share with you a fun floral wreath card created with the Pond Flowers Die Set.
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Pond Flowers Die Set
Create and adorn your own paper flower pond with this wonderful new die set! The Pond Flowers Die Set includes 3 types of flowers that can be mixed and matched for a fun unique look along with some whimsical leaves to accompany the composition. There is also a water pond shape plus its outline which is a perfect addition if you are creating a shaker pocket out of the pond.
For today’s card, I only used the flowers and leaves to create a colorful floral wreath.
Fun Colorful Floral Wreath Card using Pond Flowers Die Set
I started by die-cutting all my elements out of white cardstock and used Altenew Artist Alcohol Markers to color them in. I chose the following colors: Dusk and Desert Night markers from the Cosmic Garden Artist Alcohol Markers Set A, Olive and Moss from Tropical Garden Artist Alcohol Markers Set E and Pink Diamond and Pinkalicious from the Sunshine Valley Garden Artist Alcohol Markers Set F. I put the right elements together to get 10 flowers and 18 leaves.
I quickly created my geometric background with the Grid Stencil and Dusk Crisp Dye Ink and started arranging all die-cuts in the shape of a wreath. As a final step, I added my sentiment created with the Circled Sentiments Stamp & Die Bundle and some tiny dots that were leftovers from die-cutting flowers.
How are you using the Pond Flowers Die Set? Do let me know in the comments below!
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1 Product, Multiple Ways!
Before you go, here are a few card ideas featuring this new stamp and die set!
The Pond Flowers Die Set is perfect for scrapbook layouts, too! Just look at how Nathalie incorporated the elements in her design.