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Eden’s Garden

November 1, 2021

Today’s card is another using the Eden’s Garden stamp set and co-ordinating products. I began by attaching a piece of Evening Evergreen Ever Eden Cotton Paper to Basic White card. I embossed the panel using the Macrame 3D Embossing Folder before attaching the panel to scored and folded Evening Evergreen card. I stamped the large image from the Eden Garden stamp set onto Basic White card using Evening Evergreen ink and cut it out. I attached the image to a circle cut from Basic White card using the Layering Circles Dies.

I stamped the same image from the Eden Garden stamp set onto Basic White card using Cherry Cobbler ink and cut out the berries which I attached over the stamped Evening Evergreen image.

I cut a scalloped circle from Soft Succulent card using the Layering Circle Dies and attached the image panel. I cut Gold Foil card twice using the banner die from the Eden Dies and attached the die cuts to the back of the image panel. The whole piece is attached to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Eden’s Garden stamp set onto Basic White card using Evening Evergreen ink. I stamped one of the smaller leaf images from the Eden’s Garden stamp set beside the greeting using Evening Evergreen ink.

So far, this card is my favourite of the ones I have made using this product suite. What about you which one is your favourite?

Bye for now,

Kris

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