Monday, January 18, 2010

Spring Watering Can

Welcome to the JustRite Garden Tour Blog Hop!! You are going to be blown away by the inspirational projects you are going to see. These new stamp sets from JustRite are very cool!!! Just when you think that they couldn't do any better, they come out with sets like these.



For my project I made this adorable watering can. I got the template on Splitcoast stampers here: It was very easy to assemble. I added a border along the top edge using the Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace border punch.

I decided to use the Plant A Little Love Borders and Centers set. When I was trying to decide on a project I knew that I wanted to make some sort of flowers. That was when I decided that these borders and centers would be perfect for a flower center.


I stamped each center onto ivory cardstock using Memento Rich Cocoa and the borders were stamped onto yellow cardstock using the Memento Rich Cocoa. Then I diecut them using the Spellbinders Classic Circle Nestabilities.

To make my flowers, I followed the instructions shown here on Splitcoaststampers. Once the flowers were made, I adhered them to a wooden skewer that I colored with a green Copic marker. Next, I sprayed the flower with V2 vellum spray and sprinkled ultrafine glitter on each one. The leaves were made using my Cricut Expression along with the Plantin' Schoolbook cartridge. Each leaf was embossed using the Cuttlebug D'vine Swirls embossing folder.








This is a look of the complete stamp set. I know that I will be using these stamps for my Spring scrapbook pages.



Be sure to check out the JustRite Design Team blogs for some incredible projects using these new stamp sets.

JustRite Inspiration
Debbie Olson

Sharon Johnson
Angela Barkhouse - that's me
Barb Schram
Sharon Harnist
Becca Feeken
Michelle Wooderson
Heidi Blankenship
Michele Kovack
Kellie Fortin
Kathy Jones


Guest Hoppers:
Jerri Kay Jimenez
Lori Craig

Supplies:


Paper: Core'dinations brown cardstock, misc cardstock

Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa

Accessories: Spellbinders Classic Circle Nestabilities, Cuttlebug D'Vine Swirls embossing folder, Martha Stewart eyelet lace border punch, copper Stickles, wooden skewers, Art Institute Crystal glitter, V2 Vellum adhesive, Cricut Expression, Plantin Schoolbook cartridge

14 comments:

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Oh gosh, Angela, this is totaly darling! I love it -- what a GREAT idea!!!!

lisa808 said...

Cute project.

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Oh man oh man! This is so sweet. My Nana & my aunt & my cousin would flip for this (they're all gardeners.) Love all the touches of glitter!

Kay said...

What a great idea for the garden theme. Good job!

Marge said...

Oh, Angela, so so beautiful!!!

marilyn said...

What a sweet gift--love it!

ashjoy said...

Just beautiful, love the sparkle flowers.

chelemom said...

This is absolutely darling!!!

♥Liz Weber♥ said...

Angela this is so very creative and fun. Just love how you used the stamps, thanks for the inspiration!

connie said...

This is so cute! I love them in the water can.

Peggy said...

Very sweet. Love the watering can with JR flowers. God bless!

Heidi Blankenship said...

Angela, this is so darling! Love the watering can and the glittery flowers!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

OMG Angela - these are AWESOME girl!!!! So fun and happy looking!!!! You do amazing stuff with the 3D projects!!!

Tina said...

Awesome project, love it!