March 6, 2018

Clean and Simple with Hanging Garden

Hello and Happy Tuesday! Today, I want to share with you a quick, clean and simple card I put together using the Hanging Garden stamp set found in the new Spring Occasions catalog. It's a card that you can very easily re-create with little to no effort and yet, it still has a bit of elegance about it being black and white.
But, before I get into all the details about the card, I want to update you on the fact that we are in the last days of being able to get in on the Paper Pumpkin 5 year Anniversary Celebration. If you would like to get in on this party, you must subscribe by 11:50 PM MT Saturday night! Even if you're not 100% sure you will like Paper Pumpkin (trust me, you'll love it), get a 1 month pre-paid subscription for $20 so you can at least try it out AND get in on the FREE gift being included in the March box (did I mention the Anniversary box is going to be a special design?) Or, better yet, do a 3 month pre-paid subscription and qualify for a FREE Sale-a-bration level 1 choice! Interested? Click Here to shop Paper Pumpkin.
Now for the card.


I started with a basic A2 card base of Whisper White, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4". I adhered a piece of the Petal Passions DSP, cut 2 1/8" x 5 1/2" to the center of the card front with Snail® adhesive and wrapped the card front with the Whisper White 1/4" Organza ribbon and tied it into a bow. I stamped the greeting in Memento Tuxedo Black ink in the lower right corner and then I stamped the hanging flower pot image onto a piece of scrap Whisper White cardstock in the same ink and punched it out using the 2" Circle punch and layered it onto a piece of Basic Black that I punched out using the Starburst punch. I added some Dimensionals and added it to the card front. And that completed this card.
As I stated, it's quick, it's clean and it's very simple. If you would like to recreate this card, all of the materials are listed below and can be obtained through my online store just by clicking the links. If you enjoyed this card and would like to receive tutorials much like it, please join my mailing list by clicking here.
I would love to hear your comments, so please feel free to leave them below as well and I wish you all an amazing day!
Happy Stamping!

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