Thursday, May 11, 2017

GARDEN WORKBENCH AND CARD

I am so pleased to be a Guest Designer for Craft Project Central this month! 

If you love gardening, or have a friend/relative who gardens, they would love receiving this adorable workbench and matching card. The workbench features potted plants and flowers, complete with gardening tools, gloves, and mud boots. The card matches the workbench, and as all gardeners know, a gift from the garden is a work of HEART. This project fits the bill. 

The workbench is a cinch to put together. The pots, plants, and tools are all hand cut, but oh so worth the effort!



Here's some close-ups of the detail:






The tutorials for making this workbench and card are available at http://craftprojectcentral.com for the month of May. Don't miss this one!

If you leave a comment below, I will randomly pick one of you to win a FREE subscription to the month of May on Craft Project Central!

Happy Stamping!


40 comments:

  1. Love it, love it, love it! And I love fussy cutting! A very special card!

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  2. Sandy, this project is absolutely awesome!! Love it!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Oh my goodness! This is too cute! You amaze me!' I love the watering can hanging from the bench - so clever!!

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  4. WOW! You have certainly out done yourself with this card and garden workbench!!!!!! They are both so AMAZING!

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  5. Sandy, you are so creative! Congrats on being a GD.

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    1. Thanks so much Lisa! Stay tuned, I've been asked back again for August!

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  6. Absolutely awesome and what a gift for a gardeners or anyone for that matter, thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win the tutorial,

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  7. Your workbench and card are amazing! The fussy cutting you did is excellent! I love all the little pieces that sure are important parts of gardening. The bright colors are so cheerful. My favorite parts are the three little pots and the gardening gloves. Your work is just beautiful!

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    1. Thanks so much Mary! I love fussy cutting and this project was so fun!

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  8. Such a wonderful project! And again, your creativity is simply amazing-great job!

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  9. So gorgeous Sandy! You have outdone yourself! You have inspired my MOJO!

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  10. Hi Sandy! Love this project and subscribed to Craft Project Central for three months to get the luscious details, but I don't find it. Can I presume your project will be added later in May? Thanks!

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  11. Sandy, what a stunning card! I love to fussy cut too. It makes it just that much more special.

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    1. Hooray to fellow fussy-cutters! So glad you like it - thank you!

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  12. Sandy,
    Your card is so cute-I love it and can't wait to make one(or several)!
    I can see a few other uses for it also, perhaps a tool bench for Fathers Day or a desk for a teacher. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial.

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  13. OMG I love this project. I am a gardener and have a potting bench. Thank you so much for sharing. Great job!!

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  14. I love the project. I am an avid gardener as was my Mom. I have a lot of her perennials growing in my garden. This reminds me of her so much. Thanks for sharing such a lovely project. You really worked hard on this one!

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    1. Thanks so much Sharon- so glad it brought you such lovely memories!

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  15. This is SO CUTE!!! I love this stamp set and can't wait to make this for a gardener friend of mine.

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  16. This is SO CUTE!!! I love this stamp set and can't wait to make this for a gardener friend of mine.

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  17. Wow! You've outdone yourself! Thanks for sharing your amazing talent :)

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  18. Does the workbench fold down flat like the card does?

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  19. Pruning shears are tools that have long handles and fine edged blades. This type of gardening tool is used to allow gardeners to prune rose bushes and annoying vines. Robert

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