Framed Florets

Stampin Up Framed Florets

I am really loving this new collection that Stampin’ Up!® is releasing on November 1st to customers.  As a Demonstrator, we were able to order it early.  It is one of the many perks we get as Demonstrators that I love (that and the great discount we get).  The collection includes a stamp set called Framed Florets, another stamp set called Framed & Festive, coordinating Framed Festive dies (yes, Stampin’ Up!® actually named the dies the same as the stamp set making things much easier!), Fitting Florest Designer Series Paper and Gold Adhesive Backed Swirls.

I decided to use this new collection for a wedding card I needed to make.  It is perfect for that.  There are three oval dies included in the dies set.  One cuts out a fancy oval, one cuts out an oval frame and one cuts out the little heart oval on my card.  I used this die on a piece of Basic White card stock and then backed it with a slightly smaller piece of Highland Heather card stock.  Next, I cut out the oval frame in Basic White.  I stamped the sentiment from the stamp set called Splendid Thoughts using Memento Black ink in the center.

After that, I stamped the flower bouquet in Memento Black ink and colored it using Highland Heather, Old Olive and Balmy Blue Blends.  I adhered it to my card using Mini Dimensionals.  I layered everything together on top of a Basic White card base.  Lastly, I added some Opals Rounds.

I think this makes a beautiful wedding card.

I can’t share the links of the Framed Floret Collection until Stampin’ Up!® releases it on November 1st but I did put the links to the other products I used.


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