Monday, February 8, 2016

Fun with Flowers Week: Hello My Friend

Boy, does time fly!  It's already February, and I still have yet to play with a good chunk of my Occasions Catalog and Sale-A-Bration goodies.  
So, before we say goodbye to the Hello Stamp Set in the Sale-A-Bration brochure (pg. 19) on February 15th, I made sure to pull it out and see what I could come up with.  And I'm happy to say that this Hello My Friend Floral Card is one of my favorite creations to date.

Using the Hello Stamp Set, Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper and Botanical Builder Framelits Dies, this beauty came to life.

For the card front, I layered opposing patterns and colors in the Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper to give the look contrast and juxtaposition.  

For the flowers, I layered two of the same die cut flowers--one in Watermelon Wonder and one in Blushing Bride.  I die cut the center from Gold Glimmer Paper.  Lastly, I die cut the leaves from Gold Foil Paper. 

I layered everything and finished the card off with three cupped sequins from the Love Blossoms Embellishment Kit.  Love cupped sequins!

#141240 (wood), #141243 (clear)

If you like this Hello Stamp Set, then be sure to add it as your FREE Sale-A-Bration item when you place your order of $50 or more.  There are 11 products to select from, including the Hello Stamp Set, but you'll only be able to choose this one until February 15, 2016. 

You will find all of the Stampin' Up! products used to create this card below.  Order what you need by placing your order in my Online Store anytime, or click any of the photos below to go right to that item.

Be sure to stop by on Wednesday and Friday of this week for more "Fun with Flowers."  It's hard to believe it's been since August 2013 that I hosted Fun with Flowers Week.  Whew!  

Thanks for stopping by!  Until next time, happy crafting!

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Michelle Gray

Very pretty. Never would have guessed the glitter paper would cut so well with such a delicately detailed die. TFS.


Thank you so much, Michelle! Yes, the Glimmer Paper cuts beautifully with our delicate dies.

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