A garden of flowers

This card uses many of the pieces from the February 2016 Hello Sunshine Paper Pumpkin kit. I combined pieces from two of their card examples to create this card from similar Pinterest posts. The airy Calypso Coral flower outline is actually a peel and stick flower that I cut in half (so double the cards!). And I cut up the floral card bases into smaller pieces and used one here. I added several pieces of card stock in Tangerine Tango, Pool Party and Blackberry Bliss for accent borders. And you always need bling, so I’ve added rhinestones to the flower centers. The card base is Pear Pizzazz. I have enough of these pieces to make 8 of these cards (out of the original supplies) with more leftover for other creations!


And here’s what was included in this month’s Paper Pumpkin kit:


And these are their suggested final cards – do you like my alternative creations so far?


Have I mentioned how much I love my Paper Pumpkin kits? They are so versatile, and easy since everything you need to make the card examples are included in each month’s kit. Not a subscriber yet? You can purchase a Paper Pumpkin subscription here, (select me, Janice Baranowski, as your demo), and start receiving yours shipped directly to your door each month! If you sign-up by the 10th of the July, you’ll receive this month’s kit.


Flowers are a way to a woman’s (or anyone’s) heart. They send messages of I’m thinking of you, congratulations or cheers, happy birthday, I’m sorry, or I’m so sad for your loss.

And a handmade card with flowers from you amplifies that message to the recipient. So get your creative spirit going with a Paper Pumpkin subscription here.


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