OSAT blog hop- Where the wild things grow!

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Hey Y'all!
It's another Blog hop with the amazing artists at OSAT! This blog hop is one of my favorites to hop because of the people who create on this team. I'm sneaking in at the last minute with a card and gift box. I decided to use the Flowering Cactus Product Medley kit. I am head over heals in love with this kit. It has everything but snip and adhesive. 

See... it really does have everything! That top sheet of pattern paper fits the dies perfectly. Most of my projects have been made by die cutting that sheet. Let's take a look at what I have made for today.

I really love how easy it is to create beautiful projects from this product medley. Let's dive into each of these projects.

Details for today's card

First up is the card. This card features three of the pattern paper, some of the cactus die cuts, a stamped greeting, and the twin from the project medley.

I started with a card base in Calypso Coral. I wanted to highlight that color in my cactuses. I used the large Highland Heather flower sheet as a background. The cardstock layer between the pattern paper layers is Mint Maccaron. I die cut the cactus and flowers from the pattern paper sheet and layered them on top of the pattern paper. The greeting is on a 3/4" flag that I tied with twine. The little rhinestones have been colored with Calypso Coral Stampin' Blends. 

My gift boxes feature two of the pattern papers with more of those cactus die cuts. This is a pillowbox template that I found through a google search. I used the stylest from my score board and the stamp and pierce mat to create it. The back box is tied with the Calypso Coral twine and embellished with some of the cactus die cuts. The front box is also tied with the Calypso Coral twine but this one has a tag. For the tag, I stamped the cactus in Mint Macaron on Mint Macaron card stock. The greeting is on basic white and stamped in Highland Heather. I added some of the felt flowers as a finishing touch.

Hop on with the team to see how the others tackled the them "Where the Wild Things Grow".

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