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The Greetery’s Breath Of Spring Collection: Day 2

It’s the second day of The Greetery’s Breath Of Spring Collection product reveals, and I am really excited to share with you projects I created using these fabulous new products. I paired them with a lot of older products, and I LOVE how they all worked together. By the way, If you missed yesterday’s product reveals, you can find them HERE. I have 4 cards to share, so let’s get started.

Let’s start with the new Curio: Spring’s Findings dies. This die set has a beautiful variety of spring’s nature, and I couldn’t wait to get these die-cuts inked up! I die-cut white card stock, and pulled out my finger daubers (you knew they were coming! lol), and a rainbow of pastel Distress Oxide inks. I used Weathered Wood to ink the Curio Cover Die and Curio Divider & Details II. I used very little ink (and a light hand) to have the “wood” look distressed. Once I put all the card together, I finished with a sentiment from Curio Labels stamp set.

I also made a clean and simple card using the same dies for my next card.

I love these little blossoms so much, and wanted to make a card highlighting them. I picked Let’s Have A Word: Spring die and Pretext Sentiments for the sentiment, attaching everything to a panel die-cut with a Postal Frames die. To add a bit of color to the background, I stamped Fresh Floral Background stamp with TE Saltwater Taffy Ink, and die-cut it with the large Crimped Frame die.

The next card features two new products: BotaniCuts: Crocus die, and Amen Die.

I die-cut white card stock with the Crocus dies, and inked them with Distress Oxide Inks. I used Shaded Lilac and Seedless Preserves for the petals, and Twisted Citron and Rustic Wilderness for the leaves. I also inked white card stock with Shaded Lilac and Seedless Preserves before die-cutting Amen. For the card frame, I used all three Crimped Rectangle Frames, and popped it up on a card base with foam adhesive. I arranged the flowers, used foam squares and glue to attach them, and glued on the Amen to finish the card.

My last card is definitely a card made with lots of love (and time!).

I used the new BotaniCuts: Pussy Willow Die to add accents to this big floral arrangement. I actually pulled out a lot of BotaniCuts for this arrangement: Lily, Rose, Tulip, and Crocus. I used the following Distress Oxide inks to color the die cuts: Tulip- Spun Sugar, Kitsch Flamingo; Crocus- Shaded Lilac, Seedless Preserves; Rose- Abandoned Coral, Candied Apple, Festive Berries; large Lily- Abandoned Coral, Scattered Straw; small Lily- Salty Ocean, Tumbled Glass; Leaves- Twisted Citron, Rustic Wilderness; Pussy Willows- Vintage Photo, Tea Dye. I arranged them on a black slimline panel, die-cut with Nordic Slimline Die. I finished with a thank you sentiment.

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 Thursday, March 17th, at 10am EST.


There will be TWO $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 the morning of the release on The Greetery Blog. 

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167 Replies to “The Greetery’s Breath Of Spring Collection: Day 2”

  1. What lovely cards! Love the soft spring colors, as well as the bold colorful one with black background! Stunning!

  2. Oh my, Angelica, every card you make has tremendous details and fabulous color schemes. These are spectacular and truly appreciate your colorful BotaniCuts arrangement on a black background. TFS your ink blending color combos!

  3. Your cards are beautiful. The one with the black background makes all the beautiful flowers pop!!

  4. Such wonderful cards. I love them all but your slimline card with the bright colors and black background was over the top!

  5. I love the softness of your color scheme but also the boldness of the colors against the black background.

  6. My fav is the curio card, but also love the colors and layout used on your amazing crocus card.

  7. Such beautiful cards you shared. The one with the black background is so striking. Thank you for sharing!

  8. Your cards are so beautiful. I esp. love the Amen and crocus card. This release is amazing!

  9. These are beautiful, I just love how the first card is divided into little wonderful sections of Spring

  10. Such beautiful cards! The last card is exquisite, what a work of art. Thanks for all you inspiration.

  11. What a beautiful array of Spring cards! From pastels to brights, CAS to your floral arrangement that is truly stunning! Thank you so much for sharing your love of paper, it’s a wonderful post in every way!

  12. I don’t know where my comment went! I said you had me at Curio, the cute little bird’s nest and the flower dies!!!!

  13. These cards are beautiful, the black background is stunning. I would never thought of using it for a spring card, beautiful.

  14. GIRL……you rocked these cards! Ooo la-la that black cardstock makes me weak in the knees, girl. I can’t find the drooling emoji, but this one has his tongue hanging out. 😛😛😛

    1. I KNEW you would love it, Marisela! Thanks l, girl!! It’s bright, just like you!💜💜💜

  15. I bought the curio frame for the chocolates wondering how else I would use it. Love it with the nest.

  16. I just love that little nest and eggs. I love the crocuses even more – so pretty and full of spring.

  17. You guys have really knocked it out of the park with the black background for the florals. And the pussywillows are such good fillers.

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