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Spring Tree Card Lori Whitlock Design with Silhouette Cameo

Spring you're almost here!

I used Lori Whitlock’s pretty Spring tree print and cut file along with my Silhouette Cameo.  This time I decided to make a card.  Do you remember when I used the Fall Tree to decorate my mantel? There are so many ways to use Lori’s designs!  I think the Spring tree would be beautiful on a tote bag or t-shirt.  Don’t you?

Stamping personalizes your creation.

I used a stamp from the Mother & Daughter stamp set.  I was talking to my daughter when I made this card.  I was inspired to create the sayings in that set because of my love for her. 😉

Fun Scissors and Supplies

The yellow floral and solid blue paper come from Lori’s Echo Park Happy Days paperline.  I look forward to all of Lori’s releases with Echo Park.  You ought to go check out the her new Echo Park This & That Charmingand Echo Park This & That Graceful.  I’m planning to use them on a special project soon!

That's a Glue Dot sun in the making.

I decided to use a Glue Dots XLsized dot and make a twine sun.  To create a twine sun, all you have to do is start in the middle rolling your twine and work your way toward the outer edges.

Close up of the twine sun.

 It’s fun and pretty easy too!

Fringe it baby!

Using Martha Stewart Crafts Fringe ScissorsI was able to make the grass.  Fringe scissors are addictive.  It’s hard to stop fringing things once you start.  LOL!

If one pop dot is good, two are better! LOL!

I printed one tree and bird as a single piece.  Next, I printed and cut another tree and bird in their individual pieces.  That allowed me to be able to layer the leaves and give the card a lot of dimension using small foam pop dots.  I added an extra bird too.

I hope you enjoyed my card!  Come on Spring!
(ACHOO!  Go away pollen.  LOL!)

I created this post while participating on the Lori Whitlock Design Team.

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  1. Cute! Love the paper. I can’t find EP This and That in my LSS :(. Would love to use them.

  2. Lisabarrie says:

    I love how you layered the tree it makes such a difference.

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