The Greetery Spring Fever Day 1 Reveal; Hopping Into Spring

Yaayyyy, today’s the day! Day 1 reveal for the Spring Fever collection at The Greetery! There are so many beautiful/cute/sweet elements – you’re going to love it, so lets get started! Or, hop like a bunny, as it were! If you’re arriving here from Kelly’s blog you’re right where you should be. If not, there is a complete hop list at the end of this post so you can check all the creative posts!

The products being revealed today are:

  • Bunny Hop stamp, stencils, die
  • BotaniCuts Carrot die
  • Put a Bow On It stamp + die
  • BotaniCuts Wildflower Mix die
  • PreText Sentiments + dies
  • Let’s Have a Word: Easter die
  • Let’s Have a Word: Spring die

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First up is a sweet birthday card. I used the Botanicuts Wildflower Mix dies and colored them as I liked, then assembled them however! There’s no particular pattern or guide for this set so you can put them together however you like.

I die cut all the shapes from 110 lb Classic Crest cardstock then colored them with Copic markers. I glued all the little blooms to the green stems and layered them to create a bouquet.

I also die cut a ribbon from a new Put A Bow On It stamp and die set. It reminds me of the bows in the Fit To Be Tied set, but this one is a little bigger which will be perfect for creating larger bouquets like today’s. And I love that the tie is large enough to stamp a sentiment on! The stamp set has an easter and spring sentiment, as well as another 6 typical occasion sentiments.

The crimped edge background panel behind the flower bouquet is part of tomorrow’s reveal, so check back again to see more of that!

My second card is full on bunnies and easter! I used the Hop Like a Bunny set, and began by stenciling all the bunnies onto Classic Crest cardstock, in a visually pleasing rainbow order and the carrots and tulips as well. I used Altenew inks to ink blend the bunnies: Coral Bliss and Heartbeat, Orange Cream, Warm Sunshine, Bamboo and Parrot, Tide Blue, Hydrangea and UltraViolet.

The next step was to stamp the greenery and die cut the wreath shape. I die cut three additional pieces of cardstock and layered them up.

I stamped the sentiment from the Bunny Hop set onto the background panel with Versafine Onyx black ink and heat set with clear embossing powder, then adhered the bunny wreath and added some rainbow colors of enamel dots.

I debated trimming the overlapping edges of the die cut bunny wreath so that the card would fit in an A2 envelope, but I think using a larger envelope is a better exchange for the cute factor of leaving the whole die cut intact.

My third card uses a combination of the products I’ve shared on the first two cards.

I started by die cutting several of the leafy stems in the Botanicuts Wildflower Mix die set and adhering them to a card panel of the same textured green cardstock.

Then I stamped and die cut three of the bunnies from the Bunny Hop stamp and die set and adhered them to a strip of matching green checked patterned paper.

I cut the word “spring” with the Let’s Have A Word: Spring die cut, (there’s also an Easter word die) from white cardstock, stamped the word “greetings” from the Easter Jubilee stamp set and trimmed a narrow strip of the same white cardstock to define the separation line of top and bottom.

My last card for today features a bunch of carrots. As soon as I started making them I had to wonder how I’d gotten this far without realizing how much I needed these carrots in my life?!

Unfortunately I don’t have a stamp set that says this exact sentiment, but no worries, I have the Slim Alphabet dies to spell out “a bunch” and the Sentiment Starters dies to say “of”, the Fresh Air stamp set for the words “Sending You” and finally, the Let’s Have A Word die to spell out “love”!

Once again, I die cut the carrots and carrot tops from white cardstock which I then colored with Copic markers. I love the subtlety of shading that Copic coloring provides, harder to accomplish with colored cardstock and inking.

I die cut all of the greeting from heavy weight black cardstock and the string-tie around the carrots using the Fit To Be Tied dies, from kraft cardstock. I adhered two kraft die cuts for extra strength as that cardstock is quite lightweight.

That’s it from me today, but there will be more tomorrow! Your next and last stop is Wanda’s blog, and in case you missed any part of the hop, there is a complete list below that you can click on to see the beautiful designs created by the rest of this talented design team! Remember to leave a comment on each of the stops for a chance to be drawn to win a $50 gift card for the Day 1 blog hop. Winners will be announced Wednesday morning, March 10, 10am EST, when the release goes live.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Kay Miller

Laurie Willison

 Dawn McVey

Heather Nichols

Keeway Tsao

Angelica Conrad

Kelly Lunceford

Norine Borys – You are here.

Wanda Guess


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