The Greetery’s Spring Fever Collection Reveal

Spring is in the air today… The Greetery has a new collection coming, and it’s full of so much spring goodness! The new Spring Fever Collection is arriving this Wednesday, and we are spending the next two days sharing inspiration. (Be sure to stick around to the end of this blog for information on a giveaway!) Let’s get started.

This first card features the new Bunny Hop Stamp, Stencils, and Dies. Starting with the Bunny Hop Stamp and Stencil Combo, I used Distress Oxide Inks and blending brushes to stencil the bunnies, flower buds, and carrots. I then stamped the foliage from the Bunny Hop Stamp Set, and added colored pencil details. I finished up the scene with white gel pen details. I used the coordinating dies to die-cut the wreath. the background is pink card stock, stamped with Fresh Floral Background Stamp, and die-cut with the large Crimped Frame Die.

My second card features one of two BotaniCuts in this Release: Wildflower Mix Bouquet.

So many flowers can be made from this die collection, and I made a LOT! I have more to show, but for today, I made a dainty bouquet using three stems. I painted the flowers with Mijello watercolors, and pared them with the new PreText Sentiments and Dies, and Let’s Have a Word: Spring Die. I used the large Postal Frame to die-cut the card panel.

My last project features the new BotaniCuts Carrot.

I cannot explain my excitement when I saw these dies. They were the first product in this release that I used! I seriously die-cut, and painted for a whole evening!

You can watch the process on how I made these cards on The Greetery YouTube Channel:

I am so in love with how these turned out, and can’t wait to gift them!

New Products used:

Be sure to stop by The Greetery Blog to see the beautiful creations Betsy has made for today, as well as full details for each of today’s products. Everything you see this week will be available in The Greetery Shop this Wednesday, March 10th, at 10am EST.


There will be a $50 store gift certificate given away each reveal day this week. For a chance to win, leave a comment daily at each blog stop. Winners will be announced Wednesday morning on The Greetery Blog. 

Today’s Designers:

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178 Replies to “The Greetery’s Spring Fever Collection Reveal”

  1. Those watercolor carrots could be framed & hung in a kitchen! They are gorgeous! Wow! Wish I had your talent. Great job! So excited for this release!

  2. Hi Angelica! What a wonderful and informative video! Loved every detailed explanation. I love watercolors and the intimate look it gives it’s subject. Totally agree with the explanation of differing papers. You brought those darling carrots to life! Can’t wait to spend the afternoon painting!

  3. The carrots are a fun idea. The delicate
    bouquet of flowers is fantastic. Wonderful
    colors – simple but darling. thanks for
    sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. First, adored your video… I hope your chef will appreciate this offering. I love carrots so you know what is going into my cart right away!!! This release is definitely going to wreck my budget. The Wildflower Mix is really wonderful and I can see this in so many colors for all seasons for sure. Can’t wait for tomorrow because I am seeing some slim line cards done with our favorite frames….. great job sweet girl. TFS

  5. Your bunny wreath and ombre senitment are so gorgeous! Definitely going in my cart! I appreciated your wonderful video on water coloring the carrots. It’s something I struggle with but you sure made it look easy!

  6. I really like the postal frame. I wasn’t sure about the carrots, but this sample looks like fun to color.

  7. Super cute cards! I love that you used gradation color on the Easter greeting!

  8. Your cards are gorgeous!! I love the rainbow bunnies and that carrot die…!!! The Greetery outdid themselves on this release. 🙂

  9. Love all you’ve made today. The video was so helpful…each stage I kept thinking that looks lovely and then you’d add more color and the carrots just kept getting better and better! I can tell you’ve had fun with this release. Looking forward to Wednesday!

  10. Your rainbow carrots are definitely yummy! Thanks for the video with lots of great watercoloring tips.

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