Welcome back to the Fab Friday challenge over at the Fab Friday Challenge Blog
! This week we have a sketch challenge. I had a new order from Simon Says Stamp’s Friendly Frolic release that just came yesterday, and so I grabbed Plantiful Puns, a really cute set!
I felt I could do something really cute with one of the potted plants inside that circle. Lookie:
STINKIN’ CUTE! There are no dies for this set…yet (Simon sometimes comes out with dies after they publish a set, so it might happen eventually), so I cut out the images I colored with Copics with my Brother ScanNCut
I remembered I had papers from one of Simon’s card kits from Cartabella called Spring Market, so I used those papers for the background, the black gingham strip, and the little wood sign for the greeting. I also grabbed some cute Cartabella orange gingham washi tape. I also love how this set has little kawaii faces you can add to the pots! I drew a stake for the sign with a Sakura Black Glaze pen.
I added a few lime-green sequins just for a bit of pop. Originally, I had used the wood paper from the Spring Market papers for the background, but it was just too heavy. I love the buoyancy of the leaf paper, and the card really sparkles! The Plantiful Puns set is really fun!
Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC, Scrapbook.com, Gina K, Hallmark Scrapbook, My Favorite Things, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies. Buying through these links costs you nothing extra but gives me a small percentage of the purchase price, which helps support my blog and my artistic endeavors, and I thank you.
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