the greetery - spring market day 1
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the greetery - spring market day 2

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Hey, everyone! It's the second day of reveals for the Spring Market release and 2nd anniversary celebration at The Greetery. Today, I have a few more projects to share with you using more of the new products. Get ready for more great floral options!

All of the new products that I am sharing today will be available to purchase on Wednesday, April 28th, 10AM ET at The Greetery.

(I am also sharing a post today with projects featuring new products for a release at Taylored Expressions at 9AM CT- make sure to check it out!) 

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First up today is this card that I created with the new Flower Market Bouquet stamp set & dies. I stamped the tulip bouquet and set it into a basket that is cut out using the new Market Baskets dies. I used the largest basket for the bouquet and trimmed off the very bottom section so it wouldn't be too tall for my card front. I love the label part on the basket and how it has notches to hold the sentiment label piece - it's such a great detail!

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I set my floral arrangement onto a card front that is stamped with the new Fond of Foliage Background (I bet you could guess you might see this background again from me - I love it!)

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I used the new BotaniCuts Tulips dies to create a set of notecards. The base of the notecards are created with the Crimped Slimline dies. I saw a project that Betsy created last month using this die cut folded in half for a little card and knew I wanted to do cards in that size too!

The tulips are cut from a light yellow cardstock, I used blender brushes to add shading, and added spatters with liquid watercolor and white ink. I did the same with green cardstock for the leaves and stems and then put the tulips together for the cards.

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The sentiments stamped on the cards are from the Market Basket Sentiments stamp set. The sentiments in the set are so fun, too cute, and I love the teeny size. I stamped a different one on each card, added a few clear drip drop embellishments, and a bit of twine to finish the cards off.

These finished mini card bases measure about 3 1/4" x 4 1/8" and the tulips do extend off the sides just a bit.

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Finally for today is a card created with the new Holding Hands stamps & dies. I cut out the hands from white cardstock and added color using a peach ink and a blender brush. I stamped on the painted fingernails with a light pink ink. The sleeves are cut out from vellum backed with a double sided adhesive, I added pink ink over the whole piece with a blender brush, and then stamped the details with the same pink ink.

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The hands are holding an envelope filled with flowers and I stamped the 'with caring thoughts' sentiment in black ink on a strip of pink cardstock that is stamped with the Fond of Foliage Background stamp.

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Make sure to take advantage of the 2nd anniversary sale when the new products release on Wednesday, plus there are giveaways happening over on The Greetery blog!

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Make sure to stop by The Greetery blog to see more on this last reveal day for the Spring Market release and also be sure to stop by the other designers blogs who are sharing projects today:

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed all of my projects created with products from The Greetery Spring Market release. Stop back again - I will have more crafty inspiration to share soon!

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