Grow where YOU are planted!


I fell in love with this set the 1st time I saw it!! I have lots of gardening friends that will love getting a card with this image. The best thing is that I don't have to color a FACE!! The headless gardener!

I did a lot of paper piecing but it didn't take long and the result was so worth it. I love her mud boots. The flower box is made of cork which was on purpose for the MFT Wednesday stamp club challenge.


The ribbon is the seam binding (Hug Snug) that everyone is using. I don't have any glimmer mists yet but the texture is pretty even without the extra color.

Smell some flowers today! ~Rhonda

Supplies used:
stamps: MFT (Who's that Garden Girl)
paper: October Afternoon (Thrift Shop) Cosmo Cricket (Garden Variety)
ink: Memento (Tuxedo Black) 
other: MFT (fresh cut grass die), Hobby Lobby (cork), Hug Snug seam binding, Copic Markers

14 comments:

  1. The cork is perfect for this!!

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  2. OH THIS IS WONDERFUL!!! Love the cork for the box!!!

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  3. Adorable Rhonda! I love that image!

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  4. Wonderful job, Rhonda! I immediately thought of cork as well. You're quite clever!

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  5. Why didn't I think of cork for the bed, LOL! You've done a fabulous job with WTG, Rhonda!!!

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  6. Fantastic Card! I love that you used the cork for the flower box! How smart are you! LOVE IT!

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  7. Love how the ladys shirt matches the pattern paper! Very cute card!

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  8. I really like the paper piecing on this card. Who's that Girl is one of my favorite stamps that are not PTI. The cork idea for the flower box is really original. Great job.

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  9. Love your Card! Great idea to use cork for the raised garden bed.

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  10. Oh Rhonda this is way cute! Love that little cork box.

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  11. Great job. Cool use for the cork too!

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  12. You're right...all the paper piecing is worth the time! And what a great use of the cork. Great card, Rhonda.

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  13. What a GORGEOUS CARD Rhonda! I love the design you've chosen for this! The paper piecing was a real labour of love - but so worth it - there are so many details here! Such a classic looking beauty!

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  14. This is totally fabulous! Such great patterned paper, too!

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