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Thank you for being so kind!

Thank you for being so kind!

Hello! Kimberly here and I have a couple of cards to share with you today using the Homegrown Happiness inspiration box. Both of these cards are quick and easy. 

When I first got the Homegrown Happiness inspiration box, I knew I would be doing a lot of flower arranging with the beautiful flowers in the stamp set. I stamped a bunch of flowers and leaves, then cut them out. I liked having the pile of flowers that I could just pull from when setting up my cards.

For this first card, I arranged a few flowers on my slimline card panel to see how I wanted it to look. Once I figured out my layout, I colored my flowers with Copic markers. Then, I lightly blended Gathered Twigs distress oxide along the bottom of the panel to give the look of a table under the flowers. I also blended Tumbled Glass distress oxide above the Gathered Twigs for some color behind the flowers. Next, I adhered all but one of the flowers to the panel. 

To finish this card, I put the panel in my Misti and stamped the sentiment using Raven black ink. Then, I popped the last flower up on foam tape and placed it on the top of the jar. Finally, I adhered the panel to a slimline card base using foam tape.

This next card is super easy!

To make this card, I colored the flowers from one of the preprinted panels in the Homegrown Happiness inspiration box. I trimmed one row of the flowers. Then, I fussy cut two more flowers. I stamped a few leaves and stems from the Homegrown Happiness stamp set and cut them out.

I used the brick stencil from the Splish Splash subscription box and blended Pumice Stone distress oxide on a white card panel. I arranged and adhered the flowers, leaves and stems on the background. Then, I glued the strip of three flowers over the stems and stamped the sentiment underneath using Raven black ink. I die cut the whole panel using the Pinkfresh Diagonal Stitch rectangle die and attached it to my card base using cardstock from the subscription box. To finish my card, I glued the sequins from the kit over the centers of the flowers. Super easy! 

Thank you for stopping by! I hope I was able to inspire you to make something crafty today and don't forget about the awesome sale in the Brutus Monroe shop today!

Kimberly

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