Pierced Blooms

Stampin Up Pierced Blooms

Now that Christmas is over I can start posting different cards. Don’t get me wrong. I love Christmas and I love making Christmas cards but after a couple of months of it, I am ready for something different. Speaking of different, the new 2022 January – June Mini Catalog is going to be live on January 4th. It is filled with so many great products for Valentine’s Day, Easter, Spring and more. Stampin’ Up!® did a great job putting different things in this upcoming catalog that will make everyone happy. You are going to love it. In the meantime I am using some of the products in the 2021/2022 Annual Catalog that have been neglected since the holiday mini came out.

I used a set of dies for this called called Pierced Blooms. It does have a coordinating stamp set called In Bloom although I did not use it on this card. The dies are so much fun, they can speak for themselves. The colors I used on this card are all bright and happy colors (in my opinion). They are Polished Pink, Mango Melody, Bermuda Bay and Daffodil Delight. This card would cheer anyone up when it is dark and cold outside for another 3-4 months.

I cut all the flowers and leaves out and adhered them to a 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ piece of Basic White cardstock. I layered that on top of a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Daffodil Delight and a Polished Pink card base. I popped up the flower centers using Dimensionals. I added some Playing With Patterns Resin Dots. The sentiment is from Pinkfresh.

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2 thoughts on “Pierced Blooms

  1. Soooo funny that Buffy, you and I all pulled out the flowers today!! This is a wonderful and happy card. I love the big sentiment with the brilliant flowers


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