A couple of weeks ago I made a card using the stamp set called Flower Patch on a blog post. This stamp set was the first Photopolymer Stamp Set Stampin’ Up! had in its Annual Catalog. I actually remember getting a sneak peek of it when Stampin’ Up! announced they were going to do business in Japan. They showed us a peek of the new Japanese catalog and I thought to myself “I hope we have that awesome set in our catalog too”. If I am not mistaken, I also think it was one of the first stamp sets to have matching Framelits. Well, this set is still available in the Annual Catalog. It is not as old as Lovely As A Tree but it has been around a few years now and I still love it. This set has matching Framelits called Flower Fair, which are also still available.
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Whenever I need a little inspiration I try to either find a card sketch, color combination or challenge that I like. This time I used this week’s Freshly Made Sketches card challenge. Here is what it looks like:
I used the new Photopolymer Stamp Set called Flower Patch. I stamped the largest flower in Bermuda Bay and cut it with the matching Framelits called Flower Fair. Then I stamped it again in Daffodil Delight and Pumpkin Pie and cut out the smaller sections of the flowers by hand and put them together using Dimensionals. The little flag shape at the bottom is a new Big Shot Die called Party Pennants and the sentiment is from Endless Birthday Wishes. That is a stamp set that is not in the catalog but is available for purchase. If you click on the tab at the top of my blog that says “Merchandise Not In The Catalog” you will see a few other items that are not in the catalog but are available to purchase.
This is the second card we made at our monthly Club Meeting. It uses the new Photopolymer Stamp Set called Flower Patch and the matching Framelits called Flower Fair. Both of these sets (the stamps and the Framelits) have a lot of pieces to them. The stamp set has 19 stamps and the Framelits have 11 pieces! They are great to use together because you don’t have to fussy cut anything out. The Framelits do that for you.
The background of this card was also made using a new Embossing Folder called Large Polka Dot. The colors we used are Wisteria Wonder, Crisp Cantaloupe, Coastal Cabana, Old Olive and Crushed Curry.