Thursday 24 June 2021

Plentiful Plants for CAS Colours and Sketches 425

 I've taken inspiration for today's card from the sketch at CAS Colours and Sketches.

I'm enjoying playing around with the Plentiful Plants bundle this week and today, played around with the many small die cuts and the Paper Lattice that is available to coordinate with this set.

I started by cutting three of the smaller pots from Cajun Craze and some grasses from Evening Evergreen. 
The snake plant was stamped in Evening Evergreen and die cut. 

I cut the Paper Lattice down to size and adhered it to the Basic White card front, then added in the plants.  Then I cut 0.5cm wide strips of the Brick pattern DSP to create some floating shelves for the plants.

I think the strong earthy colours make this card suitable for a masculine recipient as well as a female one. 

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  1. Deliciously retro, Jan ... those little pots and plants are fabulous against the cool graphic background! Thanks so much for your visit and kind words! Anita :)

  2. Loving that lattice and your color combo! Beautiful. Thanks so much for playing with us at the CC&S challenge blog this week!

  3. This is a clever design Jan! I love the colours and I love the textures too. The lattice makes a really dynamic background and I love the brick shelves. Thank you for coming to play at CAS Colours and Sketches this week :)
    Vicky x

  4. Beautiful design! I love all the little details:) Thanks for joining us at CC&S.

  5. This is so creative! Love the lattice background and those plant on their brick shelves are great. Lots of texture on this card yet still beautifully clean and simple.