Plentiful Plants

Stampin Up Plentiful Plants

Yesterday was my granddaughter, Olivia’s third birthday.  I know I say this all the time but I can not believe she is three already.  I heard a saying the other day that said “Days go slow but years go fast”.  That statement is so true!  Sometimes when I am looking forward to something it seems to take forever for the day to arrive.  Next thing I know that event was six months ago.  I don’t understand it.  Anyway, Olivia is the sweetest little girl.  She is outgoing, happy and a little sassy.  I wouldn’t want it any other way! I just wish she would stop growing up so quickly!

Plentiful Plants is a great stamp set that is in the 2022/2023 Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog.  It has a set of coordinating dies called Perfect Plants which cut out all the different stamps but has some extra included.  The stamp set is a DisINKtive set which means each stamp creates different opacities in a single stamp which brings depth to the image.  You can see this on the pots because there are shadows along one side.

To make this card I first stamped all the different leaf stamps in Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen ink.  Then I cut them out using the appropriate dies.  Next I stamped the two flower pots in Smoky Slate ink and cut them out.   Then I cut out the “macrame” plant holder twice in Basic Gray card stock.  I cut the top off of one of them and used it as a plant stand.  The sentiment is from the stamp set called Forever Fern. As I am typing this I realized that I used retired Designer Series Paper for the background.  Sorry about that!

Here is a photo of Olivia.  It perfectly shows her adorable personality!


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2 thoughts on “Plentiful Plants

  1. What a cutie pie!!! I agree that they seem to age overnight. Your card is lovely and a great reminder to get that set out again!!


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