Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Garden Show Blog Hop!


Welcome to the Garden Show!
Spring is in the air, and we are ready to CELEBRATE!
Many of the Spring/Flower stamp sets in the Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co.'s web store will be featured in this Blog Hop. 

Follow along from March 25-27 for your chance to win the Garden Bunny Stamp set. One winner will be chosen. Just leave a comment. Each day you can leave a comment on each blog to increase your chance of winning!

Each day the designers will create a Garden Themed card or project using the tutorial that we have linked.

Good Luck and Happy Hopping!
 
Day #1 Flower Pots
You can find the tutorial HERE.

I made the sample for today's hop!

Hop to these designer blogs today!







14 comments:

Janine said...

Nice pots. They look well used - a real gardener!

stamping sue said...

wonderful pots
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Gail said...

Super job on these 3 pots - just lovely!

Jane said...

Your garden pots are so cute. Thanks for the fun tutorial!

Vickie Y said...

Love your trio of pots!

terrie said...

Your garden pots turned out so nice...well done
Thanks for the tutorial!

Anne said...

Brilliant idea and tutorial...these pots look so realistic! I love the whole seed packet concept. Beautiful!

Jessie said...

What cute garden seed packets!!! Love it :)

ktfabian said...

Very cute! Seeing all of these great plants and flowers makes me want warmer temperatures now!

loulou said...

Thank you for the tutorial. I really like these terracotta pot markers. I wonder if I gave them a good spray with sealer if they would stand up to some time in the garden.

Georgei said...

Very pretty pot of flowers here very pretty

Beth F. said...

Your flower pots are awesome! Great job on distressing them to make them look real.

Sue D said...

Very cute with the plant markers and I like the gingham ribbon.

Cindy Groh said...

I love this tutorial and can see myself using it in the very near future. That you for it and you card is awesome with three of them up for display.