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Monday, April 4, 2022

Amazing Die of The Month for April

Pop Up 3D Vignette Watering Can Bouquet, the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month for April

I have always loved the look of rusty old stuff, in my yard and yes, even in the house.  A rusty water pail is amazing to me, so I wanted to try and re-create what I see so often.  
I've noticed over the years old rusty watering pails and/or wheel barrels, etc. are often used for planters, perfect!  This month we have this 3D watering pail and flowers to go with, what could be better than that!!
My creations were created today with dies provided by Amazing Paper Grace.

There are 15 dies included in the Pop Up 3D Vignette Watering Can Bouquet.

I also made this card to go with the 3D Watering Can.  I grunged it up a bit to better photograph with the rusty 3D can with Spring flowers.  
I used Tea Stain Distress Ink to age it.
I did not actually make them to go together as both are essentially cards otherwise I would have used silver or gray paper to make the can on the slimline card.  I just really wanted to show a whole different way to use this cute can and the flowers!

Amazing Paper Grace April 2022 Die of the Month – Pop Up 3D Vignette Watering Can Bouquet,  S5-492 With Love Regalia Card Builder and 
White cardstock, Black cardstock, Pink cardstock, green cardstock, Foam sheets, form tape, iridescent baubles, Tea Stain Distress Ink, sponges, Dries Clear Adhesive. Copic Markers for coloring the can on the 3D card, and spray inks (various) to make backgrounds for cutting out flowers.

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Beverly Fuchs said...

Your projects are just delightful today. You certainly have achieved the rusty look on your watering can, it looks like ii has been sitting out in the weather for quite some time. Thanks for sharing with us.

Patricia Manhire said...

These are gorgeous!! I love your colouring of the watering can and your flowers are just gorgeous!!