Florentine Filigree

I love the stamp set called Florentine Filigree and its matching background die called Florentine Thinlits Die.  Both of them are in the Stampin’ Up!® 2019 Occasions Catalog and if you purchase both of these items in a Bundle you can save 10%.  I must say, the one thing about this set is you need a Stamparatus to make it work.  You stamp one of the images and then lower the plate one more notch and stamp another.  You keep doing this four or five times until you run out of cardstock.  The set has five great sentiments in a beautiful font, along with some other images.  The colors I used for this card are Highland Heather, Lemon Lime Twist and Coastal Cabana.

Here is a video showing you how to do it.

I know I promised you pictures of my grands when I went to Nashville last week to visit them.  Honestly, I did not take a lot of them.  Nolan ended up being sick the whole times we were there so we were busy taking care of him so I didn’t really think about pictures.  I do have a couple though.

This is a picture Madelyn drew for us at school of her family.  I am on the right and next comes Bobbob.  Apparently Madelyn thinks Bobbob has a mohawk!  He looks kind of cute so maybe he ought to grow one.

Here is Nolan before he got sick.  The poor boy.  He was so pathetic.  The good part is he wanted me to hold him the entire time.  Gee, that was hard to do (not!).

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3 thoughts on “Florentine Filigree

  1. Another bright, beautiful card – just those those grands of yours! I love Madelyn’s drawing – so adorable! (I remember those days of starfish hands and skinny legs!)


  2. Oh, I love that card! The colors are beautiful together. Bobbob definitely should have a mohawk. That would be awesome. Love the pictures of the grands (Nolan looks so grown up all of a sudden).


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