stampin' up! | pretty spring flowerpot card

Hello and welcome to my blog.

Spring is in full bloom in the Rhone Alpes where I live and today I have a pretty little card to share using Stampin' Up! products. The simplicity of this card is very appealing to me, I love the construction and the way that the card carrying the sentiment is hidden within the flowerpot. This means that the recipient gets a lovely surprise!

With Spring in the air I selected the From the Garden stamp and die set, which is a perfect match to the flowerpot card.

I used the Flower Shop stamp set and matching Pansy Punch, but I heat embossed the stamped image in white embossing powder on coloured card stock too get a more fresh look. I used the Petite Petals Punch to add some leaves to my flowers. (If you click on any of the highlighted words it takes you take to the listing in my online store)

Here is my card~

For the focus of my card I selected the 2013-2015 In Colours - as we will shortly be saying goodbye to these when the new catalogue is launched on 2 June 2015.

This is how the card looks when it is closed ~

Here are my supplies and if you purchase the stamps and dies as a *bundle* you can save 15% - yay!

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I  have seen lots of these cards on Pinterest so if you head over there you will be able to find easy tutorials and lots of great photos. The great thing about the construction is that there are two super easy folds, a little bit of cutting and the ribbon holds the card into the flowerpot :)

I hope you enjoyed my card and are inspired to create one similar. Have a beautiful day.x

Remember you can reserve your copy of the new Stampin' Up! 2015/2016 Catalogue from me - find all the information here.

If you enjoyed this project and your order is under £150/€200 please use code W9CXZCJY to support me (this code should be entered in the box that reads *Do you have a hostess code?* on the Stampin' Up! checkout page). All hostess codes correctly entered will earn a free gift direct from me. Learn more about the code here.

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