1. 1 sheet of 8 1/2" x 11" Kraft colored card stock. Or whatever you would like to use for your pot.
2. 1 sheet of white or lighter, coordinating cardstock. It does need to be light enough that you can write on it and still be able to read it.
3. Paper trimmer
5. Coordinating ribbon
6. Flowers...whether you stamp them, punch them, cut them out, or use dimensional stickers. I chose to stamp and color mine.
Optional supplies that I used:
1. Flower stamps
2. Black ink pad
3. Border punch. Mine is a Martha Stewart doily edge punch. I love this particular punch and use it a lot!
4. Watercolor pencils and blender pen
5. Vellum (not pictured)
6. Scoring board (you could also use your trimmer with or without a scoring blade)
If you don't have an edge punch, you can certainly leave this; what will be the lip of your pot as is. You could also color it, stamp it, or simply adhere down a piece of decorative paper to make the lip stand out. You are only limited by what you can think of! Make it your own!
Another tip would be to sponge some distress ink (or brown ink) around the edges to give your pot a natural shadowing look.
Lastly, stamp a sentiment on the front of your card and/or the matted inside piece. Mine is crooked and it drives me bananas. Any way...I hope you found this tutorial helpful and I hope you try your own soon! This would be a great card for Mother's Day which is approaching!
Check back tomorrow to find out what this Sunday's project will be...already! And as always...