Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Hello There

My aunt just got out of the hospital, and I thought she needed a sweet little card to cheer her up.  I am in love with Simple Stories paper, and the Harvest Lane collection just makes me smile.  All of the patterned paper on this card is from Harvest Lane, except for the woodgrain on the pot, which is from the Take a Hike collection.

The adorable tree in a pot cut is from the Cricut Craft Room exclusive City Icons, cut at 4 1/2".  Remember, you do not need to use Cricut Craft Room to cut these images.  I prefer using my Gypsy, and anything you get from the Craft Room syncs onto your Gypsy.  My tree base was made from Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate cardstock, which made it nice and sturdy to pop up with dimensional adhesive.  I added some pretty hemp from Liz's Paper Loft Boutique, along with some Papertrey Ink buttons to give it pops of color.

The sweet little sentiment is from My Creative Time's Teeny Tag Greetings stamp set.

And, for more fun today, click on the link below to check out what Emma and some of my design team buddies have created for 3D Wednesday!

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  1. Great patterns and love the buttons! Lee-Ann :)

  2. Katie ~ OMG! I hope you cut a ton of these tress out because I LOVE it! You know I LOVE that paper but how CUTE are the buttons ~ for apples ~ and how you tied the hemp around the pot!!! Well you used my FAVORITE stamp set too! Oh CONGRATS on getting married next spring!!! LOL! I just came from Cindy's blog! hehehe!

  3. This is WAY too cute! I love that paper and the buttons on the tree are WAY too cute! Hugs- Glora

  4. Love the paper you used for the tree. Very cute!

  5. I love this katie, oh and I have that tree too! thanks for reminding me that I need to pull out my gypsy and use all those fun cuts we got!!!! you're right, that is the perfect paper!

  6. This is a nice cheery card to surprise your Aunt with. I like the look of the diagonal plaid and the red buttons perfect.
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