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Spring Blog Blitz - Grand Watering Can
by Candice Crawford


Poppy Stamps Blog Post 3.27.20
Hello Everyone, 

Candice here showcasing another card sample and a chance to win an amazing die set from our Spring Blog Blitz. Today's giveaway features the new Grand Watering Can die from our Spring release. This die is great for spring themed cards and surely a die set you will want to add to your collection.  

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To get started, you will need to die cut the Grand Watering Can from a piece of patterned paper. I am using a sheet of 6x6 purple plaid paper from the new Memory Box Springtime Bouquet paper pad. Next, die cut one set of leaves and 2 sets of flower petals from the new Floral Clusters die set. I used card stock scraps from my stash in green to create the leaves and yellow and pink card stock for the flowers.

Now adhere the flower petals onto the leaves with some liquid adhesive. Add a dab of  glitter glue to the flower centers for some added sparkle and shine. I used the new Memory Box glitter glue in Berry Mist and Lemon Drop.  

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Next I adhered the flowers and leaves to the top of my watering can with some liquid adhesive. Check out all the detail and dimension from these flowers. Aren't these flowers adorable?

The background for my card was created from a piece of 6x6 striped patterned paper from the Memory Box Springtime Bouquet paper collection using my favorite double stitch rectangle frame die set. After cutting the frame, I then adhered the frame and the coordinating center piece back together on to my A2 size card base using some liquid adhesive. 

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Next I created a yellow and white scalloped layer for my watering can and flowers. To create this layer, I die cut the scallop frame from a piece of yellow card stock using the Double Stitch Scallop Rectangle Frame Die. Then I adhered the frame to a 4.25 x 2.75 piece of white card stock with some liquid adhesive. Next I added the Watering Can to the center of the two-toned scallop frame with some foam adhesive. I then adhere the scallop frame with the watering can to my patterned striped card based with some additional foam adhesive. 

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To finish off the card, I die cut one of the labels from the new Colwell Label set from a piece of white card stock. Next, I stamped the sentiment Best Wishes from the new Greetings Basics stamp set with some Versafine Onyx Black ink. Then I adhered the sentiment label to the center of the watering can with some foam adhesive. 

This card is truly adorable and I had so much fun creating it.  If you would like a chance to win the New Grand Watering Can die, simply play along with our Spring Release Blog Blitz. 

The Spring release blog blitz runs from March 20 - March 31. To enter to win you will need to leave a comment on ONLY the posts that you wish to enter. To enter ALL the posts during the blog blitz you need to leave a comment on EACH ONE. One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz. Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use a random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST April 1 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will be announced on this blog on April 3.

For a SECOND chance to win this die .....
1.)   Visit our Instagram account and FOLLOW US!
2.)   Like each post, you want to enter
3.)   LEAVE A COMMENT and TAG A FRIEND on each post you wish to enter.   Comments open through April 1. 

One comment per post will be selected by a random number generator.  The winners will be posted on each Instagram post on April 3. Only one Instagram prize per person per Blog Blitz.

Thanks for joining me today. Until next time...Happy Crafting! 

 

Candice Floral Signature copy

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Comments

The colors a so lovely on this spring card - TFS

Such a pretty card, love that watering can die, one for my wishlist : )

How pretty it is, screaming spring!

The colours are so fresh and springy. Love the watering can.

Lovely layering on this pretty spring card!

I love the frame dies you used! Gorgeous spring colors!

Pretty card! I love the spring colors!

A beautifully designed Spring card with this awesome new die. Love all your sweet details.

Love this watering can die. And, your card is so pretty, too.

Pretty colors and I like the framing.

LOVE your happy Spring colors and that large watering can! I hope Spring hurries up here, at least I could dig in the dirt!

So creative.

Beautiful spring-y card!

A cheery and uplifting spring card! That watering can is a very great spring-time addition!

Lovely card. Great combination of patterns and colors. I really like the size of the Grand Watering Can. The Floral Cluster flowers pair perfectly with it.

This is brilliant!

I love the Grand Watering Can die. This card is so pretty, it just sings Spring!

This large watering can is a fabulous die. Your card, with all the lovely color layers, is such a great setting for your watering can. tfs

Such a lovely card!!! And Wow! - I love that nice big watering can die!!! That is going at the top of my wish list!!!!!

I really like the dies you used on the background papers. This bouquet card is really sweet.

Oh my! This is such a darling and beautiful card! I love the colors, the detailed flowers, all the layering, and that watering can is absolutely magnificent! I especially love the size of it!

Such a beautiful card, bringing the cheer and spring feel! :)

What a lovely card!!!

Great watering can and love the design and colors in your card - spring time at its best! Thanks for sharing!

Beautiful design and nothing says Spring like a watering can full of flowers!!

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