Welcome to my blog and to another 'Creation Station Blog Hop' for the month of April.
You have possibly hopped to me from Elizabeth's blog or back from Nicole, and there are some incredible projects to be seen... I know I am inspired by the creations from the Design Team and this months theme using the 'Botanical Blooms Bundle'.
I have made a few little notecards using the Bundle. You get the Stamp Set, Framelits Dies & Botanical Gardens Designer Series Paper as a Bundle & Save 15%. That's 3 items! Bargain!!!
You can make 8 notecards from 1 sheet of Kraft 12" x 12" cardstock.
These are the dimensions for my notecards:
Kraft Cardstock cardbase measures 6" x 3" (score at 3") or 15.2cm x 7.6cm (score at 7.6cm).
Hello Honey cardstock mat measures 2 7/8" x 2 7/8" or 7.3cm x 7.3cm
Botanical Gardens DSP is 2 3/4" x 2 3/4" or 7cm x 7cm
4 little notecards all prettied up with some 'Burlap Ribbon' and the sweet 'Botanical Garden Jewels' in the centre of the flower. Sweet & simple.
I went a little outside the square and have created a couple of 3D items. Using the 'Botanical Blooms' Stamp set and 'Botanical Builder Framelits Dies', I have made a mini terrarium.
I layered the bottom of the terrarium using 'Cucumber Crush' cardstock for the moss. I then scrunched up tiny balls of 'White Filter Paper', 'Sahara Sand' cardstock & 'Smoky Slate' cardstock to make some pebbles. And a circle of 'Early Espresso' cardstock to represent the soil.
I started with a strip of cardstock approx 1cm x 15cm and made a circle to start my mini garden of jungle leaves. I layered and layered until my garden was complete. The teeny butterflies are from the SAB 'Flowering Fields' stampset which retired a few days ago - they are the perfect size to flutter within the terrarium and add such a beautiful pop of colour.
And a wee little *Kokedama - made using a golf ball and wrapping twine around the tiny ball. I was inspired by my friends who make Kokedama and click here to visit their Instagram page.
*The Kokedama is actually a form of Bonsai. The plant, usually a fern, tree, or succulent, is grown to a small size, and then, along with the correct soil and fertiliser, is carefully transplanted inside a bundled ball of specialised moss and wrapped with string.
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