Truth! and on the inside I used the word ‘hugs’ from the same new Memory Box All That Happiness stamp and die sets.
I’m having fun using the new Memory Box Slim dies too!
I stamped and die cut one of the floral stamps in the set….simple Copic Sketch Marker coloring, the R30’s and YG61 and 63.
I die cut the basket from TE Toffee cardstock then I remembered my new Memory Box cardstock pads and found the perfect green to die cut the berries. Dies from the new poppystamps Woven Basket Pop Up Easel Set.
A little white glaze pen on the berries…
Some baby pearls…
Popped up on mounting squares…
White heat embossed sentiment on TE black cardstock…
My granddaughter Attie sent me some pictures of her flowers popping up from the bulbs she planted last year. It’s so fun to have a 17 year old so excited about growing flowers and food! Her watermelons were the most amazing things ever last year! Huge and delicious! Here’s hoping it’s a bumper crop this year! lol
Thank you for stopping by today! Have a creative weekend if you can! ❤
Here’s some shopping links to what I used!
12 thoughts on “Memory Box All That Happiness meets poppystamps Woven Basket…”
Beautiful baskets of flowers. Your coloring is fantastic. Also thanks for the Spring card. i really like it.
Cute combo indeed! Love the slimline cards. Yours is so lovely.
I have a thing for baskets too. Seems like I have a “thing” for everything!! ha ha. So pretty!!
What a beautiful basket! Lovely colors, too
What a great card! You have so many options, it must be hard to decide on a design. How do you organize!?!? I am always looking for something I know I have but can’t find!
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Beautiful flowers and such pretty basket!
Hope your granddaughter has another great garden year!
You are so inspiring Pam, another beautiful card!
What a lovely card. Love the basket with the pretty flowers makes me think of spring. It looks a little more like spring now that all the snow is gone. Let’s hope it stays that way.
This is so beautiful Pam!! So happy they are into gardening – ‘fruits’ of their labors!!! 🙂
What a great card! Glad to hear your granddaughter is excited about growing flowers and fruits. I’ll bet that watermelon was delicious! One of my favorites! Thanks for sharing!
Wha fun that your ‘grand’ is into growing things! What a beautiful card! Love that basket! I am with Carol…would LOVE for you to share how you organize all of your things! Hope you can share a video soon! Hugs, my friend!
I have a similar basket die and this easel set has given me ideas. Such a gorgeous card in beautiful colors, Pam! It’s heartwarming to hear that your granddaughter is loving the healthy and productive art of growing things. She’s the kind of kid who gives me hope for the future. Hugs!