DIY: Clear and Simple Style Watch: Garden Party Brunch

April 14, 2012

Spring is here and it’s time to move the party outdoors!

With all the baby themed products in the most recent Clear and Simple Stamps release, you may have overlooked some great new additions to the store.  There are several items that are perfect for creating favors and cards well beyond baby.  And today I am sharing one for a garden themed party.

The Build-a-Flower die set is an extremely versatile item that will add endless creativity to your collection. I am featuring this product in two adorable garden party themed projects that your guests will love.

Let’s get this Garden Party started…

Stop over to my blog, Damask Love to see more photos of this project along with a few tips on customizing the projects for your own event.

Until Later Loverlies,
Amber D

For today’s Garden Party – I pulled out a mini terracotta pot and created a little lollipop flower using the Build-a-Flower die collection!
This place card would be even cuter if you filled the pot with green jelly beans!!! 
The Clear and Simple Stamps tag die provided the perfect option for writing the guest’s name.
I am absolutely in love with the new Fence and Grass dies, and I could not resist using them for this project. As you can see, these dies are longer than most others making them perfect for wrapping around projects like this – or anything else you can dream up! 
Once you’ve had your party and your guests are long gone, you’ll want to whip up some garden themed thank you cards! 
For my card, I used the Build-a-Flower die as a stand in for the letter “o” – then stamped the rest of the sentiment using the Alpha Dots  and Party Elements Baby .

Here’s to a Spring full of wonderfully paper crafted parties! Thanks for stopping by!

3 thoughts on “Clear and Simple Style Watch: Garden Party Brunch”

  1. I just wanted to say that your video for A Cut Above was insane! My mind was blown. Never in a million years would I have thought to do that! Thanks so much.

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