Pick O’ The Patch Card

Hello crafty friends, Today I wanted to share a fun card I created with my Copics, a digi and some great CTMH papers and stamps. So let’s get to it.

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Here is what I came up with. It is a fun little card using a PaperCraftingWorld.com digi and some fun Pretty Petals stamps and Copics.

I used some green cardstock for the bottom mat. Next is a piece of white cardstock for the white scalloped mat. The patterned paper is a piece from the CTMH Yuletide paper collection. I then put a top layer of the hexagon mat cut from some kraft cardstock.

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Then it was on to my image. I used the cute little bear in pumpkin patch digi  from papercraftingworld.com. I colored it in with my various Copic markers. The Harvest happiness is a retired stamp from CTMH as is the Pick of the Patch sentiment.

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I created SVG’s to match the CTMH pretty petals stamp set

Side note: For those that don't do SVG's the pretty petals stamp set also has some compatible cuts on the Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge

I cut several out and then used my Canary ink pad to stamp some of the layers and then my honey ink pad to stamp some of the layers. I also used my saddle ink pad to stamp in the centers of the flowers. I used some foam tape to give the flowers a little lift so that I could curl the petals slightly for some dimension.

This is what each flower looks like. I just created a smaller version of the same flower and still used the same stamp for the top petal layer.

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Here’s a closer look at the completed flowers.

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Here is one last look at my completed card.

Supplies Used For This Project

pazzles vue-200
yuletide paper-200
pretty petals-200

honey ink-200

kraft cardstock-200
white cardstock-200
adventure cardstock pack-200

foam tape-200

Well that about covers it for today. As always, thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your crafty time with me. Be sure to come back by tomorrow for another fun and hopefully inspiring project. Until then,

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