Creating Cards with Tiny Plants
Cards are a beautiful way to show that you’re thinking about someone, like sending flowers, but your card will last longer. The only Designer Template you need for this floral card is the Tiny Plants Tiny Accessory set. Watch how Susan Played-To-Create this card and how quickly and easily she did so!
Remember to let yourself play. You may start with one design, but you can always adjust it and add to it while you are putting your card together.
Tiny Plants are a set of small pieces, but the potted plants easily fill the focal point of your card. You can have as many or as few plants in your planter pot as you’d like. Depending on your tastes, your pot could be overflowing with blossoms or highlight a single stemmed flower. The entire look of your potted plant could change with a simple change of paper, and with these Tiny Plants, it’s easy to use up your stash of scraps.
While Susan was showing how to Play-To-Create, Trace, Cut, and Ink your Designer Templates, she shared tips for cutting these tiny pieces. Tiny Plants are especially tiny, so you may need to slow down when you are cutting and inking these small details.
Don't Have Tiny Plants Yet?
If you haven’t had a chance to play with Tiny Plants, get your own set now. We’re sure you’ve been inspired and are itching to create with Tiny Plants yourself. It’s time to Play-to-Create!
Adding doodling details can complete your look. The pot in Tiny Plants has an adorable set of stenciling elements that you can use to add doodling to your card. You can directly doodle with a fine point pen, or you can create a set of guidelines with a pencil to then cover with gel pen, marker, enamel dots, or even Stickles.
Cards are meant to be sent and shared. Your handmade cards are especially inspiring. Before you send your card out in the mail, snap a photo of it, and share it in the community!