The Greetery’s Leaf & Blade Collection Reveal

Fall is in the air, and with that comes a new collection from The Greetery. The Leaf & Blade Collection will be in The Greetery shop on Friday! I’ve made a few cards to share, featuring some of the new products, so let’s get started.

Let’s start with the new Layered Leaves stamp set and die. I die-cut white card stock, then placed the die-cut back in the negative, and stamped the leaves in the following Pinkfresh Studio ink colors: Soft Lilac, Lavender, Candy Violet, Regal Kiss, and Espresso. I made a background on watercolor paper, using Daniel Smith Yellow Ochre and Goethrite. I finished the card with Let’s Have A Word: Autumn, and a sentiment from Fall Foliage stamp set.

My next card showcases a fall bouquet, including the new Pampas Grass stamp set.

I made a high bouquet to fit in this lovely pitcher from Pitcher-esque stamp set. I added two different colors of Pamapas Grass, a yellow Layering Leaves stem, and a few BotaniCuts Wheat. The background is Tea Dye Distress Oxide ink, brushed onto watercolor paper what a wet flat brush. I die-cut the watercolor paper with the large Crimped Slimline die, attached the card together, and finished with another Let’s Have A Word: Autumn, and sentiment from Fall Foliage stamp set.

My last set of cards features the new Ginkgo BotaniCuts.

I made a background on Arched Hot-Press watercolor paper, using Nuvo Pigment Powders and a spray bottle. I love how the large panel turned out, so I cut it down to make two cards. I attached the watercolor paper to card panels, and stamped sentiments from Curio Labels stamp set. I die-cut six Ginkgos, and stack and glued three for each card. I decided to not add color to the Ginkgos, keeping the cards clean and simple.

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 today will be available in The Greetery Shop Friday, September 10th, at 10am EST.


There will be two $50 store gift certificate given away today and tomorrow. For a chance to win, leave a comment at each blog stop. Winners will be announced Friday morning on The Greetery Blog. 

Today’s Designers:

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163 Replies to “The Greetery’s Leaf & Blade Collection Reveal”

  1. Sure glad I don’t have to pick a favorite from your array of gorgeousness, Angelica. The pigment powdered backgrounds are stunning with the white ginkgo leaves. Love every detail and color combo!

  2. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love your cards, the colors you used and your designs! Thanks for sharing

  3. You use the most interesting techniques to make your striking backgrounds that truly showcase these beautiful new products!

  4. I am totally digging your color combos! So much inspiration…can’t wait to get these goodies in my hands!

  5. So beautiful, Angelica! Your style brings out the fine details and versatility of this lovely collection!

  6. Angelica ~ I love the sweet drape of leaves in such an artistic arrangement on the watercolor background and your pitcher displays all the autumn grasses so beautifully. Your highlights capture the sheen of beautiful colored glass. The illumination from the Nuvo pigment powders adds an abundant feel to the Gingko leaves. These are perfect for sympathy and note cards which we all have need of for this year.

  7. What a gorgeous set of cards! I just love all the wonderful colours and designs you’ve used to showcase this super new release. Thanks so much for the great inspiration. Stay safe! 🙂

  8. Really like the ginko backgrounds! It’s as if you’re looking up at the fall treetops!!! Beautiful!

  9. Your cards using the gingko botanicals is amazing!! Love the background so much, and mounted on white….awesome!

  10. Love your cards, especially the slimline card! Stunning! Thanks for sharing this with us! Happy Fall!

  11. I love the slimline card with the pitcher and all the variety of leaves and wheat. I really like the Ginkgo cards. So elegant and classy and just perfect for a sympathy card. Thanks for sharing your beautiful cards.

  12. Beautiful cards–I love how you create backgrounds both subtle and bold to accompany these beautiful leaf dies!

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