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Thu 16

Flowering Cactus Birthday
by Trina Pham

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Hello everyone.  Today I am sharing an easy and fun birthday card made with the Flowering Cactus stamp and die set from the Summer Daydreams collection.

Started by stamping the smaller cactus image from the set with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Xpress It cardstock.  Colored it with Copic markers, then die cut out with the matching die.  Created the planter by partial die cutting Bristol paper with the Nested Globe die and coloring it in with Copic markers.  

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Next, die cut the Lattice Plate from Poppy Stamps three times from Bristol paper and stacked them for dimension.  The sentiment was white heat embossed on black cardstock, then die cut out with its coordinating die.  Before assembling the card, Salvaged Patina distress ink was applied to the upper left corner of a white A2 size card base.  Was ready to call it done, but then decided to turn it into a faux shaker and randomly add clear jewels within the sunken diamond areas.  Clear shimmer added to the pink flowers finished off the card.

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And that’s it.  Thank you for joining me.  Have a wonderful weekend  

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Comments

Gorgeous coloring on that potted cactus, Trina! Just love the faux shaker idea with the lattice coverplate too!!

I love the lattice over your soft color. Your planter is cool and I like that you created it.

Fun faux shaker card with gorgeous blending and loving that cacti x.

This is gorgeous! Love all the detail that went into it!

Fabulous card, love the way you made the planter and the beautiful succulents! Faux shaker? Such brilliant idea!!

Fantastic! Love the faux shaker and that gorgeous cactus!

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