Fitting Florets Birthday and Holiday

It has been a long time since I’ve posted here to my blog with any projects and I hope to make that up to you a little bit today. I’ve been recovering from two hip replacements this fall, one in September and one in October so my focus has not been on crafting : ) But, today is a new month and a new start with a new product Fitting Florets for you to consider so let’s get started.

Fitting Florets Suite

Fitting Florets Suite is an early release of a product being introduced in the upcoming Jan-Jun 2023 mini catalog. Demonstrators have been able to purchase it during October and now it it is your turn. This amazing suite is available for early purchase now through Jan 4 and when you purchase now, you get some extra goodies as well.

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FITTING FLORETS COLLECTION $97.50

Fitting Florets Samples

The following products are also available for purchase in the Mini Catalog starting January 2023: Framed Florets Bundle, or individually the Framed Florets Stamp Set, and Framed Florets Dies. what isn’t available in Jan are the gold adhesive back swirls and the beautiful DSP. So if you love those embellishments and paper, now is the time to purchase.

To help you make up your mind about this suite, I’ve crafted two projects using the Fitting Florets stamp/die bundle, the DSP, and the embellishments. I love this first card because it was quick and easy to put together and would make for a wonderful birthday card any time of year.

My card base is a 4-1/4 x 11 piece of Evening Evergreen cardstock scored at 5-1/2. The basic white is 4 x 5-1/4 and was die cut with the hearts oval. I stamped the leaves in evening evergreen and colored them with soft succulent light and dark blends. The floral image was also stamped with Evening Evergreen and colored with soft succulent and Tahitian tide blends. Gold adhesive-backed swirls for the final touch around the birthday sentiment.

The Christmas card uses a few more of the products from the suite, the Evening Evergreen gingham pattern DSP and the framed dies. I cut the frame from Soft Succulent and from Basic White for a layered look. By snipping the white frame apart I was able to glue it to the soft succulent on the sides. The leaf dies from the suite were cropped twice, in Real Red and Soft Succulent. All on the other half of my Evening Evergreen card base from the card above. Both these cards have the same basic layout with just slight differences.

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Lynn

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

2 Comments

  1. Sad to hear you’ve had hip surgery – not once but twice! Hope you are feeling better by now, have missed you. Love both of your cards, thanks for sharing.

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