Plentiful Plants

Stampin Up Plentiful Plants

As most of you know, Stampin’ Up! releases their new Annual Catalog in May.  It is always such an exciting time in the world of stamping.  I love getting new products but I am also sad to see some things retire for good.  Therefore, I am starting to use some of my older sets before they are gone.  I don’t know what is going to retire and what is being carried over yet but I figure that if a set has been around for at least two years, there is a good chance they might be on the list.  By the way, if you are a Demonstrator you will be able to see a copy of the new catalog online at the end of March.  Then you can order a select group of new products in April.  Customers can order from the new catalog in May.

Plentiful Plants has been around for a while so I chose this set to use.  It has coordinating dies called Perfect Plants.  The stamp set has a few different pots, leaves and some very nice sentiments.  This is one bundle I really like and will miss if it retires.

I made this card by first stamping the different leaves in Evening Evergreen and Soft Succulent inks.  Then I cut them out using the coordinating dies.  Next, I stamped the pot in Cajun Craze ink and cut that out.  I layered everything on top of a circle from the Stylish Shapes die set that I embossed using the Brick & Mortar 3D embossing folder.  Then I adhered it to a 3.5″ x 4.75″ piece of Basic White cardstock, a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Evening Evergreen and a Basic White card base.  Lastly, I stamped the sentiment (from Sending Smiles) in Versamark Ink on a piece of Evening Evergreen cardstock and embossed it using White Embossing Powder.  I cut that out using a banner from Stylish Shapes.


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One thought on “Plentiful Plants

  1. This is beautiful, Susan! I love the design. I really like all my current stamp sets and dies. I’m hoping they don’t all go, but I know what’s coming will be awesome too! Love your card!


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