In the Garden

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Hi everyone
I am having a lot of computer problems at present and am using other people's to get my work done, so over the next wee while you will have to bear with me if my posts are not as regular as usual.

Pumpkin Patch Card
I was asked to make a birthday card for a keen gardener (a male) with no flowers on it. It was a challenge and this is what I came up with.  I made a little garden fork and trowel using the word window punch and large oval punch. To make the prongs in the fork I used the now retired horizontal slot punch. The pumpkins are from the button buddies stamp set.

Inside the card, I couldn't resist using the snail stamp, also from the button buddies stamp set. I know snails are not wanted in the garden so this one is fleeing the scene... haha!

Sunflower Card
After making the first garden card, I had to do another with garden spade and trowel and this time add some flowers!
This card is made entirely from punches and the use of embossing folders to add in some texture. Please leave a comment if you like it!

from Rhonda


0 # RE: In the GardenChantal 2012-03-02 05:24
So cute! I love those two cards. Stg I'll have to do for my sister who is a great gardener! Thanks for sharing. It's awesome!
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0 # RE: In the GardenCM2 2012-03-03 16:23
My favorite is the last one, can't go wrong with flowers! Great job. TF the share! CM2
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0 # RE: In the GardenDebbie Lamb 2012-03-04 12:32
These are tooo cute Rhonda!! Very creative and inspiring.
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0 # RE: In the GardenJanice 2012-03-05 11:05
ooo Rhonda I do like this card especially!! :)
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