Easter

The Greetery Lily And Palm Release

Hello friends! I have a special blog today, dedicated to The Greetery’s new Lily And Palm Collection, available tomorrow. This mini release has a beautiful Easter theme, with sentiments and stamps that can be used for many occasions. I have a lot to share, so lets get started!

Caring Cross is a stamp and stencil combo. I blended Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress oxide inks over the Cross stencil, using finger daubers. I stamped the layered palm and berries, then die-cut the cross with the coordinating die. I used the large palm in the stamp set for the background.

There is a new card kit in this release, Gatherings Creative Kit: Easter Jubilee. This kit has three coordinating stencils to build your background, a stamp set with sentiments and floral details, a word die, and sentiment banner.

This kit is a lot of fun to play with, offering many ways to bring color to your card. I picked purples and greens for my first card, and used the large Nordic Frame to die-cut the panel.

There’s also a new word die in this release, Let’s Have A Word: Happy. I used this die to die-cut card stock I blended red ink onto. I love that this die is yet another way to add color to a card.

I also used the floral stencils and masking paper to make my own background.

I positioned the stencils horizontally on a vertical panel. I picked cheerful ink colors to blend over the stencils, and added the stamped floral detail. I then covered the tulips with masks, and blended blue ink to make a banner. I removed the masks, and added a Written With Ribbons sentiment. I finished the card with a watercolored Crimped Frame.

The new BotaniCuts Lily is beautiful! And they come together so easily. I made several sets of white lilies.

I die-cut white card stock, added a bit of color and shading with Copic Markers, and used glue to put the flowers together.The leaves I kept really simple- I just die-cut green card stock. I chose a sentiment from Hand In Hand to make a Mother-themed card, and used the Halfsies Oval Die to make a frame to tuck the lilies in.

Products used today:

  • Caring Cross Stamp and Stencil
  • Caring Cross Die
  • Crimped Frame Die
  • Easter Jubilee Creative Kit
  • Nordic Frame Die
  • Let’s Have A Word: Happy Die
  • Written In Ribbons Stamp Set
  • BotaniCuts Lily
  • Hand In Hand Stamp Set
  • Halfsies Oval Die

That’s all that I have for today! I hope I have helped with ideas for these new products. Be sure to stop by The Greetery’s blog today if you haven’t already. Betsy has full descriptions for each product, and gorgeous examples to share. All new products will be available in The Greetery shop tomorrow, February 14, at 10am EST. Thanks so much for stopping by!

GIVEAWAY:

There will be two $25 store gift certificate given away. For a chance to win, leave a comment at each blog stop (links are below). Winners will be announced tomorrow morning on The Greetery Blog. 

Today’s Designers:

Kay Miller

Laurie Willison

  Dawn McVey

Heather Nichols

Keeway Tsao

Lizzie Jones

Kelly Lunceford

Norine Borys

Wanda Guess

91 Replies to “The Greetery Lily And Palm Release”

  1. Breathtakingly beautiful… this mini release is another great one to add to my arsenal. Love the Easter Word it looks so pretty. Thanks again for these beautiful creations.

  2. Lovely examples with the new release. It’s nice to see how well the dies, stamps and stencils can be used together to create different designs.
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  3. In love with the Gatherings Creative Kit: Easter Jubilee! The letter fonts are so sweet & would make awesome monograms on cards. Lots of ideas about those!

  4. What a gorgeous ensemble of cards! You have me dreaming of spring with the beautiful fresh colors, Easter themed sets and stunning flowers.

  5. Beautiful projects. Love the purple and green color palette on your one card and the last card with the lilies is stunning.

  6. Beautiful cards! I am really loving that new Easter kit, the combination of inking and stenciling is just so pretty!

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