On my recent trip to Ontario, I got to fit in some crafty time with my Auntie Karen and stamped a few things that I do not have in my collection! One of them was this beautiful pitcher from The Greetery. I knew it would be perfect to make a birthday card for my sister-in-law.

When I got home, I already had some blooms made up (I need to do more of this!) and played around with some arrangements in the pitcher. I decided on hydrangeas, since my sister-in-law used to have some beautiful ones growing in her yard! You can read more about how I made the hydrangeas in this post.

I couldn't resist creating a coordinating envelope for this card and decided to make a gingham flap using the Flappable stencils from The Greetery. I decided on green, Rustic Wilderness distress oxide ink, since I know my sister-in-law is really into green right now!

I set my pitcher arrangement on a Crimped Frame panel and mounted it using foam tape. The Foiled Sentiments from Pinkfresh Studio proved to be the perfect finishing touch for this card!

Paper: Solar White (Neenah)
Stamps: Budding Beauties Summer (The Greetery)
Ink: Chipped Sapphire, Pumice Stone, Rustic Wilderness, Salvaged Patina, Twisted Citron
Dies: Budding Beauties Summer, Crimped Frames, Pitcher-esque (The Greetery)
Stencils: Flappable (The Greetery) 
Accessories: Foiled Sentiments (Pinkfresh Studio)

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