Thursday, February 2, 2017

Enjoy the little things ...


Enjoy the little things ... 


- Succulent Garden Suite, Stampin' Up! -

These are the colors cardstock and ink I've used:
Pool Party cardstock and Rich Razzleberry Ink
Bravo Burgundy (retired) cardstock and white Craft Ink
Old Olive cardstock and Rich Razzleberry Ink
Old Olive cardstock and white Craft Ink
Old Olive cardstock and Always Artichoke
Elegant Eggplant cardstock and white Craft Ink
Mint Macaron cardstock and white Craft Ink

These Succulents are so much fun to work with! My BigShot is working overtime lately! 

Deze Succulent Framelits zijn zo leuk om mee te werken! Mijn BigShot draait overuren de laatste tijd! 







Here you can find the link to the wooden crate tutorial: 








15 comments:

  1. Bonjour j'aime beaucoup vos créations , pourriez vous me dire qu'elle sorte de branches utilisez vous merci Véronique (f)

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    1. Merci beaucoup, Veronique! C'est Tilandsia.

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  2. What are the name of the die cuts used.

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    1. Succulent Families Dies, Stampin' Up!

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  3. These are WONDERFUL!! Thank you so much for listing the paper/ink combinations that you used:-)

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  4. GEWELDIG!!!
    LOVE IT ALL!

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  5. how do you make these flowers

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    1. With the Succulent Families Dies, Stampin' Up! and the BigShot.

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  6. Laura this is awesome, so generous for sharing. Thank you so much. Creating this right now. 👍🏻🙃

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  7. Love this, so very beautiful! I am a bit confused as you state the mint macaroon is paired with the white ink, but I see shades of green and purple. Can you provide a bit more detail in how you achieved the gorgeous look of these succulents? the look so real! thank you for any help.

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    1. Thank you, Lucy! Yes, you are totally right! The Mint Macaron is paired with the Rich Razzleberry ink. Thanks of letting me know!

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