Framed Florets

Stampin Up Framed Florets

The Fitting Florets Suite of products will be in the 2023 January – June Mini Catalog.  Occasionally, Stampin’ Up!® will release a product early.  It is perfect for people like me who always look for new and shiny things.  I start to look at all my current products and realize I am ready for something new.  They released this suite on November 1st for Demonstrators and December 1st for customers.  The only thing is, the early release included Fitted Florets Designer Series Paper and Gold Adhesive Backed Swirls.  These two products are only available until supplies last or December 31st (whichever comes first) and the Gold Swirls are already gone.  The DSP is gorgeous so if you like it, you need to order it before it runs out.  The dies and the stamp set will be in the new catalog only.

I made this card using the products in the Fitting Florets bundle.  I first cut a 3.75″ x 5″ piece of the Designer Series Paper.  I layered it onto a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Balmy Blue card stock and a Night of Navy card base.

Next, I used one of the oval dies from the Framed Florets die set two.  I cut one is Polished Pink card stock and one in Balmy Blue.  I stamped the sentiment from the Framed Florets stamp set in Night of Navy ink on the inside oval of the Balmy Blue and framed it using the outside oval of Polished Pink.  I love how this one die cuts out the two pieces at once.  Next, I stamped the flower in Polished Pink ink onto a piece of Polished Pink card stock and the leaves in Granny Apple Green card stock and ink.  I cut all of these out using the coordinating dies.  I layered them on the card using Dimensionals.

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2 thoughts on “Framed Florets

  1. Beautiful card, Susan! I love the DSP, so am a little sad it’s not returning. The colors you used are lovely. I haven’t been brave enough to go too “pink,” but you did a fab job! (Mine always look too “pepto,” but you have a perfect balance.)

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