This die set just said "FUN!" to me and when I saw this stamp set in my stash I immediately knew what I wanted to do!
For the green of the stems I did use a regular dye ink in Garden Green. I assembled my flower pots using a silicone mat. I often to this when gluing pieces since I can let them dry and not worry about them sticking to my table or paper.For the background I used two stencils. One is a dot stencil and the other I created using a circle die. This allows me to stencil just a portion of the background. I make sure to use Washi tape to secure everything to my mat so the stencils and background panel don't move.
I then stamped my sentiment, arranged my background pots and added some Washi tape to the side.
I decided to include a few upset flowers from the pot that the bunny decided to invade!
The bunny in his pot is popped up using foam dots and I added a few glitter enamel dots to the flower centers.
Dies: Cottage Cutz Spring Potted Bunny, Spring Teacup Bouquet
Stamps: Paper Artsy
Inks: Distress Oxides (see photo above) and Stampin' Up! Garden Green
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