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Flower Pot Card - Tutorial

DSC07457 copy I was making a card for a swap and I had to use the new hostess set called Kind and Caring Thoughts... I got the vision of the stems coming out of a pot... so... I needed a pot... 


Here is the finished card:

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I used the new Dusty Durango cardstock for the pot and the matching Dusty Durango polkadot ribbon.  I also used the Dusty Durango MARKER (Whooohoooo - In Color Markers!) and an old olive marker to ink the stamp.  The greeting is also from that hostess set, stamped in Soft Suede, and is punched out with the new "Modern Label" punch.  The stems are stamped on Sahara Sand and mounted on Soft Suede.

OK>> Now.. how to make the pot:

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turn so that the 4" direction goes "side to side":

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align paper as shown below in your cutter, then cut:

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cut:

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Flip paper over, align as shown and cut other side:

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Now you have this shape:

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Scallop the top edge if desired:

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Fold scalloped flap down and you have a cute pot!

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The pot has a neat speckled/stippled finish from the brayering.. makes it look like terra cotta!

After I made all the swaps, I made one stamped on Whisper White and I really like it on white too!

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Thanks for visiting!

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Comments

Nikki

This is fabulous...the possibilities are endless! Thanks for the tutorial! {sMILES}

Chelle

i LOVE this card!

Lorie

Oh, I love that! I have that new set too so I may have to give that layout a try! Thanks!

Emily

This is lovely! What a great use of the new colors! I'm new to the brayering thing, still don't quite get the hang of it, I always get harsh lines when I try to do more than one pass on card stock. Any tips you can offer? Thanks!

dianne shiozaki

Sweet tutorial Patty! Now I really want to try this! :)
thank you for sharing!

Cheryl Kosakura

This is super cute Patty, Thanks for sharing!
-Cher

Sue Kempter-Miller

Patty,

As always another great Card!

Sue Kempter-Miller

Jayne Fuller

WOW! this is such a cute card. Thanks for the tutorial :o)

Jeannette Haynes

This is a very sweet card and the color combo is yummy. Thanks for the tutorial; those flower pots are fun to make.
Jeannette

debbie

wow Patty,thanks for sharing this! What a fabulous creation, I can't wait to try it! :-)

Cheryl

Such a cute card! Love the flower pot - and Dusty Durango is sure to be one of my new favorite fall colors!

barb hendrickson

I love this card, Patty. May I use this for my stamp camp next month?

barb

sharon howard

thanks for sharing your step by step, it makes it a LOT easier to try now. absolutely gorgeous!
sharon

Gail S.

This is sooooo fun!!!! I had to keep your step by step instructions up and run go get some paper and try it right here, right now!!! I LOVE this - thank you!!! Gail S.

sue mc aleavey

Oh my goodness!!! This is a great card. I love the way you stamped the flowers and what a wonderful display on the new In color. Absolutely Gorgeous. Sue mc

Jean Fitch

Lovely concept and thanks for sharing the tutorial as well as the smashing idea Patty. Although I think I would have made the pot just a bit smaller. It's possible the pictures are distorting a bit so I'll have to give this a try now that I have the stamp set in my hands.

Color combo is absolutely fabulous!

Hugs and blessings - Jean

Cheryl M

Patty this is very cute! Another wonderful job - thank you so much for sharing.

Wanda J.

Beautiful, Patty! Thanks for sharing!

debbie essay

Love this tutorial..........I have to try this today !!
thanks for sharing
Debbie

Patricia45

your card is lovely! thanks for the tutorial

Diane Noble

This is adorable! I made the pocket card with the flower pot idea earlier, but I love putting the 2-D one on a card with flowers peeking out like this. And WOW, Dusty Durango makes a great clay pot! As usually your designs are FAB! Your stack of catalogs is pretty impressive as well. My stack looks like a Mini-Me stack!!!

Shirley Kramer

I've made a flower pot card before, but always struggled with the "cut out and pasted on" flowers. This is a much better idea to just "stamp" the flowers!!
Thanks Patty, You're GREAT!!
Shirley

rbquilts@aol.com

I LOVE THIS!!! What a great card. It's beautiful!

Barb Mullikin

I have done the flower pot card but not like this, love this idea!! I am hoping that the swap you are referring to is our CF swap because I NEED to have one of these cards!!! Thanks Patty, you ROCK!!!

Jill

I finally got back to this post to do this fabulous tutorial. THANK YOU!

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