All Squared Away

Stampin Up All Squared Away

All Squared Away is a new stamp set that is in the Stampin’ Up!® 2021/2022 Annual Catalog.  It has a set of coordinating dies called Floral Squares and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle.  I love this bundle because it is different and a little quirky.  The stamp set consists of 4 square stamps that are solid with a little design in them.  Plus, there are 5 sentiment stamps.  The dies cut out four squares the same size also but they have flower designs in them.  The idea is to layer the dies over the square stamps to give the dies a fun background.  Last time I used this bundle I only used the dies with Designer Series Paper .  You can see that card here.  This time I only used the stamps to show you that they can also be used alone.  Next time I will put them together!

To make this card I just stamped the four different squares in Fresh Freesia and Soft Succulent ink.  I used my Stamparatus to do this.  These are solid stamps so sometimes it needs to be inked a couple of times to get good coverage.  The Stamparatus is great for this.  I stamped them on a larger than normal piece of Basic White card stock and then cut it down to 3.5″ x 5″.  I layered that onto a piece of Soft Succulent card stock and a Fresh Freesia card base.

Then I stamped the sentiment in Misty Moonlight ink and cut it out using the Layering Circles Dies and a larger circle in Misty Moonlight card stock.  I adhered them to the card using a Dimensional.  Lastly I colored three Elegant Faceted Gems using my Misty Moonlight Dark Blends and randomly placed them on my card.

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