Bottles of Blossoms







Hello My Crafty Friends,

My card today was inspired by a picture that I had seen on Facebook.  This is my version using many of Susan's Garden Notes dies - Forsythia, Cherry Blossom, Lavender, Ivy Vine, Hosta Leaves etc.

Card is 6" X 6" with 5-3/4" square patterned paper adhered to front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

Bottles were first cut on the Cricut.  I couldn't get it to cut the sticker paperas I so I had to cut them from cardstock then trace onto clear sticker paper and hand cut.  Several different size bottles  were cut cutting several of each size.  A green alcohol marker was used to color one bottle then second bottle was adhered over top of colored one.  Used black alcohol marker to edge each bottle.

Created Forsythia in white and yellow, Lavender, Cherry Blossoms, Brunnera, Hosta Leaves and Ivy Vine which was added to back of various bottles.

Adhered bottles to card front adding Kids Choice Glue to adhere to flower branches and  leaves.

Thanks was cut twice from black cardstock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on back.  Adhered 1 on top of other then added to card front.

Inspiration Picture


Thank you for stopping by and until next time - Happy Crafting!

Christine

You Only Live Once but, if you live right once is enough!

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Supplies

1518 Garden Notes Forsythia

1006 Garden Notes Cherry Blossom

1297 Garden Notes Ivy Vine

1594 Garden Notes Hosta Leaves

1130 CountryScapes Flora 5

1195 CountryScapes Lavender

Tonic Studios 3026e Brunnera

Karen Burniston - 1002 Word Set 1 Greetings

Copic Markers

Cardstock - green

Clear Sticker Paper

Pollen

PanPastels

Clear Double Sided Adhesive

White Soft Finish Cardstock

Patterned paper

 

 

 

 


Comments

  1. Your bottles turned out really good and I love the inspiration photo. I do have a collection of bottles very much like these.

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  2. Thank you so much Beverly I have a few bottles but guess I need to look for a few more.

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